List of baroque pop artists

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Baroque pop is a pop rock music subgenre[1] that fuses classical music, orchestral pop, rock and baroque music. It is identifiable for its use of contrapuntal melodies and functional harmony patterns.[2] This is a list of baroque pop artists.

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