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  • Music in the World of Avatar
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  • Songs are a traditional and cultural part of the World of Avatar. Songs heard in the episodes are often integrated into the plot lines to provide humor and in Sokka's case, comic relief. Some of the four nations' songs are ancient and passed down through the generations while others are simply popular folk songs. It is hard to tell whether or not each culture has its own distinct folk songs as the ones performed in the series were either associated with the Fire Nation or the Earth Kingdom. Songs are the most commonly seen musical compositions in the four nations, as opposed to full orchestral pieces. They seem to be mostly folk songs that are easy to enjoy and understand, making them simpler to remember for those traveling from place to place.
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  • Music in the World of Avatar
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  • Songs, instruments and musicians
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  • Iroh playing the tsungi horn on Zuko's ship.
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  • * Tsungi horn * Pipa * Fire Nation music teacher
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  • Songs are a traditional and cultural part of the World of Avatar. Songs heard in the episodes are often integrated into the plot lines to provide humor and in Sokka's case, comic relief. Some of the four nations' songs are ancient and passed down through the generations while others are simply popular folk songs. It is hard to tell whether or not each culture has its own distinct folk songs as the ones performed in the series were either associated with the Fire Nation or the Earth Kingdom. Songs are the most commonly seen musical compositions in the four nations, as opposed to full orchestral pieces. They seem to be mostly folk songs that are easy to enjoy and understand, making them simpler to remember for those traveling from place to place.