Early twentieth first century music.

GeraldtheGnome
GeraldtheGnome: This is about music of January one, 12.01.01 AM in 2001 AD to and including December 31, 12.00.00 AM in 2050 AD. The Early Twenty First Century/The Early Digital Age/The Early Information Age/The Early Space Age.

The Very Early Twenty First Century (2001 AD to and including 2025 AD) : 'The Noughties' : 2001 AD : See the link below for for details.

Topic: Music
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GeraldtheGnome
GeraldtheGnome: The Southern Hemisphere : The Southeastern Hemisphere : The Pacific Ocean and a part of Oceania (according to most though I consider it a part of The Southern Ocean and not a part of Oceania) : Australasia : New Zealand.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand

I don't know what kind of music that was played anywhere in New Zealand on Monday, January one at 12.01.01 AM in 2001 AD but I do know that at that time in The Line Islands of Kiribati, which is a part of The Pacific Ocean (Oceania) the time was 1.01.01 AM. New Zealand was 13 hours ahead of Greenwich meantime at that time of the year.

The Line Islands of Kiribati have the southern and uninhabited by Humans part of it in The Southern Hemisphere with it in The Western Hemisphere and in The Southwestern Hemisphere. The other half of The Line Islands ate in The Western Hemisphere and in The Northwestern Hemisphere, it has three islands only that are inhabited by Humans. Both sides were 14 hours ahead at that time of the year of Greenwich Mean Time in The United Kingdom in The Northern Hemisphere in The Northeastern and Northwestern Hemispheres. The Line Islands of Kiribati is the furthest to the right of the country and it was an hour ahead of the time in New Zealand and it was 15 minutes ahead of the New Zealand overseas territory of The Chatham Islands (most consider it to be in Oceania and The Pacific Ocean but I consider it to be in The Southern Ocean) (which is in The Southern Hemisphere, The Western Hemisphere and The Southwestern Hemisphere). It is also the first place and only place in the world to see in the new day and to see a 'sunrise' or dawn.

Next time I will look at 'The Antarctic Ocean' and that of Antarctica itself.
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