The importance of music

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Art and music have been in existence with mankind from the old ages. It has a rich history to the expression of culture and values which have been passed unto generations and more to come. Music is a part of human existence and creates significant memories in our lives, whether for enjoyment in listening, the emotional response, performing, or creation. Despite the diversity in music e.g., Pop culture, Contemporary, Classical, etc. It has a unique way of bringing society in unison.

Music can also stimulate the mind. There are many things in music, which can tell a lot about us, how we feel, heal and express our thoughts to get attention. We should focus more on healing music because it gives an incredible experience that allows one to be lost in a foreign world of sound. 

Music exerts a powerful influence on human beings. When listening to music, for some people reading becomes a lot easier to assimilate. It can boost memory, lighten your mood and reduce stress.

I read a tweet by Vaughan Fleischfresser about one of the very prominent American composer, conductor, and speaker knew for his choral, orchestral and wind ensemble music Eric Whitacre expressing how important music is in an interview about music education; that’s why I thought to write about the importance of music to humans because music is the soul of every human and it really can change the world.

One of the great things about music is that it opens a new experience and connects the listener to the passion in which the music was composed of. It gives listeners an intimate experience of the hidden expressions in the music piece; it is undefined of the diversity but brings closeness regardless of who you are or where you’re from. 

Although most people have their own preference for the type of music they enjoy listening to, we all can agree that music brings the world together. The tunes are an important part of life with expressing ourselves as human beings. It makes it easier to relate to other diversified cultures far distant from ours by appreciating the art music.

Here is a link to the full documentary about music education created by Vaughan Fleischfresser.

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