POWER OF MUSIC Part II

POWER OF MUSIC Part II

Why do you think music is so powerful?

Music can expect your feeling and also can make you forget about when you are sad, happy or having a nervous feeling. The song will take your feeling away and forget what you were thinking about. You want to forget what was happening to you. Music can take away your feelings when you are sad, nervous happy. Music can also express your emotions without you showing them out. Music can also make you happy. Some people when they are listening to music the music make them dance so that they can express their feelings.

Music is powerful in many other ways that could take your feelings away. The important thing that music takes your feelings when you are sad, nervous, or when your happy and the music makes you happier. Some songs make you want to remember when you were with your family, friends or someone else special. The songs make your day or brighten your day and some other family’s, friends or someone else. Some songs you want to change the rime of the song and change the work of the song. That’s why people like singing songs to you.

Music can fix your feelings when your sad, when you are nervous and when you are happy and music could make you even happier. Music can fix your mistake what you did to others that you are not supposed to do and say sorry or sing a song to them and that will let them feel better. They will forgive you and you could feel even much better and you could hear songs that will not hurt your feelings. Music is everywhere and everyone listens to the music its in everyone’s heart. Music is in everyone’s life. Music is the life everyone talks about it and sing it out loud.

Also, singer Edd Sheeran once said, “I think any time I’ve ever got down or ever felt low the one thing that picks me up from that is writing a song about it. At least you’ve got a positive experience out of a bad experience.”

Also, the great later singer Aretha Franklin once claimed that “Music does a lot of things for a lot of people. It’s transporting, for sure. It can take you right back, years back, to the very moment certain things happened in your life. It’s uplifting, it’s encouraging, it’s strengthening.” He testified about the power behind the music.

The beauty of music.

Music beauty is in the eye of the listener. For most people, the more they listen the more they adapt and appreciate more complex sounds, harmonies and rhythms. What we perceive as beautiful changes with experience. The more they listen the more they adapt and appreciate more complex sounds, harmonies and rhythms. What we perceive as beautiful changes with experience.

The listener transcends the notes and the melody and the words sung to find a deeper meaning: something that rings true for them and only them. A different person can listen to the same exact song in the same exact setting and get something entirely different out of it, and that’s the beauty of music.

Music is beautiful because of the complex manner in which vibrating air molecules are produced, transmitted, detected, and perceived by human beings. Music moves people of all cultures, in a way that doesn’t seem to happen with other animals. Nobody really understands why listening to music, which unlike sex or food, has no intrinsic value can trigger such profoundly rewarding experiences.

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Jacob Mokoit

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I am a poet, photographer, videographer and blogger. Am in Kenya located in Nairobi.
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