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Chinese translation: 更 紈 茎 く ㏕ 筽 茎 (I don't know if you can see this)
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GLOSSARY ENTRY (DERIVED FROM QUESTION BELOW)
English term or phrase:
zydeco, merengue, klezmer
更 紈 茎 く ㏕ 筽 茎 (I don't know if you can see this)
English to Chinese translations [PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:zydeco, merengue, klezmer
These three terms (zydeco, merengue, klezmer) are music names, but I cannot find their Chinese equivalent in the dictionaries I have. They appeared in this sentence: "You can hear the accordion in all different kinds of music--from zydeco and polka bands to merengue and klezmer." Any help would be much appreciated. Please write in Chinese what these three terms are called.Thanks!