Sounds are all around us,from birds chirping and waves lapping against a costline to cars honking in traffic. But sometimes sounds are put together in purposeful ways to create a specific atmosphere or to express ideas or emotions. Such organized sounds are called Music
Music is a collection of coordinated sound or sounds. Making music is the process of putting sounds and tones in an order, often combining them to create a unified composition. People who make music creatively organize sounds for a desired result,like a Beethoven symphony or one of Duke Ellington’s jazz songs. Music is made of sounds, vibrations,and silent moments,and it doesn’t always have to be pleasant or preety. It can be used to convey a whole range of experiences , environments,and emotions.
Music is a language of emotions in that it can represent different feelings and barge into the soul with no boundaries or limitations. People are always challenged by the fact that”no one understand them” or know how they “really feel”,so they turn to music… music also has the capacity to imitate emotions.
Music treated in a number of articles. For the history of music in different regions,see African music; Oceanic music and dance; western music; Central Asian arts: Music; Chinese music; Japanese music; Korean music; Islamic arts; Native American music; South Asian arts: Music; and Southeast Asian arts: Music. See also folk music. Aspects of music are treated in counterpoint, harmony, instrumentation,mode,music criticism,music composition, music performance, music recording,musical sound,music notation, rhythm,scale and tuning and temperament. See also such articles as blues, Chamber music,choral music,concerto, electronic music,fugue,jazz, opera, rhythm and blues,rock, symphony,sonata, theatre music,and vocal music. Musical instruments are treated in electronic instrument, keyboard instrument, percussion instrument,stringed instrument,and wind instrument,as well as in separate articles on individual instruments, such as clarinet,drum,guitar,kayagum,piano,tabla and theremin.
“There is growing Scientific evidence showing that the brain responds to music in very specific ways,”says Lisa Hartling,PhD, professor of pediatrics at the University of Alberta and lead author of the study.”Playing music for kids during painful medical procedures is a simple intervention that can make a big difference”.
“There’s just something about music–– particularly live music–– that excites and activates the body,”says Loewy, whose work is part of a growing movement of music therapists and psychologists who are investigating the use of music in medicine to help patients dealing with pain, depression and possibly even Alzheimer’s disease.”Music very much has a way of enhancing quality of life and can,in addition, promote recovery”.
” Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and Philosophy “.