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.

Music, as quiet as it is kept,

has been known for giving some listeners

profound relief from stress, tension, worry,

anxiety and fatigue.

Music is soothing and stimulating.

Singing, listening, and creating good music 

will provide great biological 

and psychological benefit

for all listeners.


Throughout history music

has been at the center of our society.

Every known culture on the earth has

a musical connection.

Some students have made claims

that listening to certain types of music such as:

Mozart's Sonata for Two Piano's in D Major, before taking a test,

helped improve their test scores.

According to some experts...

music, such as Mozart's Sonata,

has been known for releasing neurons in the brain...

which help the body to relax.

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 can be used to change a person's mood.

 Music has the ability to

strengthen or weaken emotions.

Rhythm is also an important aspect of music.

Think about it:

Responses to music are easy to be detected

in the human body.

Some people, who may have been very inactive,

may respond physically to the rhythm they hear...

because the rhythm orders movement.

Music was the key that helped Albert Einstein

become one of the smartest men who has ever lived. 

According to some reports...

when Albert Einstein was young he did poorly in school.

His teachers told his parents to take him out of school

because he was "too stupid to learn." 

The school suggested that his parents get him an easy,

manual labor job.

His mother did not think that Albert was "stupid".

Instead of following the school's advice,

his parents bought him a violin.

Albert became good at the violin. 

According to reports,

Einstein figured out his problems and equations

by improvising on the violin.

Einstein himself says that the reason he was so smart

was because he played the violin.



 As quiet as it is kept...

our ears are not invincible.

Is some music dangerous to listen to?

Can music be dangerous

if it subliminally or sometimes blatantly

deposit dangerous, harsh, offensive, explicit ideas

regarding violence, sex, drugs, and materialism?

Is is possible for music and/or lyrics to send out signals

about how to actually be dangerous?

People perceive and respond to music

in different ways.

It cannot be proven that two people

can feel the exact same thing

from hearing a piece of music.

It has been proven that music influences humans

both in positive and negative ways.

Research shows that children who are involved with music programs

grow up to have lower rates of addictive behaviors,

better academic performance,

and greater preparedness for college and the work force.

According to some researchers

exposure to violence,

sexual messages, sexual stereotypes,

and use of substances of abuse in music and videos

could produce significant changes

in behaviors and attitudes

of young listeners and/or viewers.

It is also been noted that an adolescents' preference

for certain types of music

could be correlated or associated

with certain behaviors,

i.e., reduced interest in academic study

and long term success.

These effects can be instant and long lasting.

When and where is the line drawn when

listeners, especially our youth,

exhibit more anger and aggression,

tend to have an increase of violent behavior,

and a lesser regard for women

when they have listened to lyrics
with explicit references to
drugs, sex, and violence?



Music brings people together.






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