Calypso music

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Calypso music is an Afro-Caribbean style music. It started in the early 20th century in Trinidad and Tobago. Calypso drew upon African and French influences. It became the voice of the people.

Instruments[change | change source]

Trumpet, trombone, flute and clarinet are just a few of the instruments used.