Progressive

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Progressive is an adjectival form of progress and may refer to:

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  • "Progressive" (song), a single composition between two-to-sixteen minutes with chord structures, time signatures, modulations and intricate movement
  • Progressive music (disambiguation), a number of similarly-named musical genres characterized as more advanced and complex than generally predictable pop or blues music. More tonal changes, colors, tempos, dynamics and variety of instruments and electronics are used. Some jazz, Avant-garde and Neoclassicism (music) could be considered more complex, but a wider spread of musical influences make their way into progressive music.
  • Progressive rock (radio format), a radio station programming format with more freedom to play longer, more varied (from intricate to powerful) music.

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