The years immediately following World War II were a commercial low point for the music industry in Taiwan. The primary problem was simply that Taiwan, its infrastructure damaged and its economy severely disrupted by the war, was very poor. The few records that were produced were of much lower quality than those that had been released in the s, due to material shortages and the need to keep costs down. Since there were few records and relatively few could afford stereo equipment, live performances were a major source of music for many people. In the first few years after the war, there were open-air geting along the riverside in Taipei, though soon these were replaced by cabaret-style venues, which remained popular into the s. Performances here or in the more expensive music halls were by big bands, of which there were several prominent in the s. On the opposite end of the scale, in the streets there were itinerant musicians of all sorts.
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The music of Taiwan reflects the diverse culture of Taiwanese people. Taiwan has undergone several economic, social and political changes through its cultural history and Taiwanese music reflects those issues in their own way. The music of the country has adopted a mixed style. As a country rich in Chinese folk culture and with many indigenous tribes with their own distinct artistic identity, various styles of folk music are appreciated in Taiwan. In addition, Western classical music and pop music in various forms are highly appreciated by the Taiwanese population.
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