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The Canterbury scene is a subgenre of progressive rock that emerged in the late 1960s in the UK. It is characterized by its fusion of jazz, rock, and psychedelic music, often featuring complex time signatures and improvisation. The music is known for its whimsical and playful nature, with lyrics often referencing fantasy and surrealism. The use of unconventional instruments and experimental techniques is also common.