Music is an intrinsic part 

of the human experience.

Throughout history music has been at the center 

of our society.

Every known culture on the earth

has a musical connection.

Rhythmic structures in music 

vary across cultures.

We believe human perception of musical rhythm 

is innate and universal.

Music is thought to connect all of the

physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects...

every component of the universe.

Music is more than sounds

that we find pleasurable to listen to.

Music captures and transmits that which cannot be

sufficiently communicated by words alone.

Music is so much more than patterns, repetition, 

tempo, and pitch.

Music is a gift from God.

Music is often overlooked 

as a therapeutic intervention;

however, research indicates that 

music stimulates emotions through specific brain circuits. 

If we listen to soothing music, for example, 

studies show that the body's stress levels drop 

due to a decrease in the stress hormone cortisol. 

And listening to upbeat music can increase 

the number of antibodies in our system 

which are crucial to identifying and eliminating 

harmful bacteria and viruses.

Music is soothing and stimulating.

Singing, listening, and creating good music 

will provide great biological 

and psychological benefit

for all listeners.

Music encompasses mind, body, and behaviors 

and it can be used to ease the blahs

in both adults and children.

Some people, who may have been very inactive,

may respond physically to the rhythm they hear...

because the rhythm orders movement.

Rhythm is an important aspect 

of music.

Rhythm is indispensable for music.

Rhythm is the partner of dance. 

The brains response to music

is easy to be detected

in the human body.

Music always contain rhythms which carry

connotations of movement.

We answer music by moving and/or dancing.

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Music and rhythm exists in every known culture in history.

Culture also influences the perception and production of musical rhythm.