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Saturday, October 17, 2009

Music the Life Enrichment

Music the Life Enrichment

Whether you admit it or not, music imbeds our daily life, weaving its sweetheart and emotion through our thoughts, activities and memories. So if you're interested in music theory, euphony appreciation, Beethoven, Mozart, or different composers, creative people and performing artists, we hope you'll spend some time with here and learn from these euphony articles of note for all ages and tastes.

In our culture many of us do not actually learn to understand music. For much of the world, music is a language, but for us it is something that we consumed passively. When I began to learn about the chronicle of Western euphony, however, it changed all that for me. I have had some experience playing musical tools, but I have ne'er clear one enough to actually understand what euphony is all about. This class showed me.

When most of us think about the history of euphony, we think of the history of rock music. We acquire that the chronicle is simple because the euphony is simple. In fact, neither is the case. The history of euphony, whether you're talking about classical euphony, rock music, jazz euphony, or any other kind, is always complicated. different chord structures are introduced bringing with them new ways of realizing the world. new rhythmic patterns are presented, getting with them different ways of understanding time. And music reflects all of it.

Even when the course was over, I could not stop learning about the history of music. It had whetted my appetency, and I needed more. I got all the music chronicle books that I could find. I even began to research forms of euphony that had not interested me before in the hopes of raising my musical knowledge further. Although I was in school learning toward something very different – a grade in engineering – I had thought about giving it up and going back to get a academic degree in musicology. That is how much I am delighted by the subject.

If you have never taken a course in the history of music, you don't know what you are missing out on. The radio set will never sound the same to you again. Everything will seem to a greater extent rich, much more luminous, and much more important. A different song can reflect a different way of being, and a new way of imagining life in the world. This is what learning about the history of euphony means to many of us.

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