Music is an intrinsically

 


connected component 



of the human experience.


Throughout history, music has 


been at the heart of our culture. 


Every known civilization on the 


planet has a musical connection.


Rhythmic patterns of music differ 


between cultures.


We believe that the perception 

of musical rhythm is innate 

and universal in humans.

Music is thought to connect all of the physical, 


emotional, and spiritual aspects... all of the


 universe's components.

Music is more than sounds that


 we find pleasurable to listen to.


Music captures and transmits 


what words alone cannot 


adequately communicate.


Music is so much more than repetition, speed, 


and tone. Music is a great blessing, a divine gift


 from God.


Music is sometimes overlooked as a therapeutic


 intervention; nonetheless, studies show that 


music stimulates emotions through specific brain 


circuits.


Studies reveal that when we listen to relaxing 


music, for example, our stress levels drop due 


to a decrease in the stress hormone cortisol.


Listening to upbeat music can also boost the


 number of antibodies in our system, which is 


important for recognizing and eliminating harmful


 bacteria and viruses.

Music is both relaxing and invigorating. All 


listeners can gain biologically and psychologically 


by singing, listening to, and creating wonderful music.

Music affects the mind, body, and behavior, and it


 can be used to help adults and children feel better.

Some people who have been idle may physically


 respond to the rhythm they hear...because the 


rhythm orders movement.

Rhythm is essential in music. The human brain's 


response to music is easily detectable. Rhythm is 


the partner of dance. Rhythms in music are always 


associated with 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.