Appalachia would be a good place to start to see how people got creative and made their own music. Done all over the world.<quoted text>HA HAHAHAHA, ROTFLMAO....Your total ignorance is startling!!!! You reach behind you, and pull shit out of your ass and fully expect people to think you know what you pulled out, too funny. Here, your stupidity for all to see...."They probably even has jazz and rock and roll styles." HA HA HA HA, demonstrated for al to see your complete lack of knowledge on the history of music. If your this stupid concerning the history of music what would make anyone think you know anything about history in general?
There you go again with your obvious problem with people with oversized egos. I do believe I detect some latent jealousy over anyone who has risen above the herd and contributed something to try and advance the art form. Is it because you are so emotionally sterile, have contributed nothing to humanity, observe from a distance those with creative minds?
"I dare say they had more than flutes and lyres to play" REALLY? Pulling more shit out of your ass? Show me some documentation on ancient instruments that shows there were more than just flutes and lyres. Pick your time in history,melts say before 2000 years ago. have at it. In the meantime, you might want to bone up on your music history as far as styles go. Start with the history of Jazz. Who knows you might even learn something about Americas ONLY true art form.
You are stuck in a box. You think orchestras visited rural villages?
I am sure ancient Indian and Chinese had some sort of orchestral arrangements.
If they do it now, they did it then.
Didn't you watch Ringo Starr in Cave Man?
Man does not have to wait to be trained by you to make his own music.