“Music is the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life.” Music is the art of expressing ideas and emotions in significant sound forms. If we look at the nature aesthetically we will find music in every aspect of it whether it is rain, wind or chirping of birds.
Music affects our emotions. When we listen to sad songs, we tend to feel a decline in mood. When we listen to happy songs, we feel happier. Upbeat songs with energetic riffs and fast-paced rhythms tend to make us excited and pumped up. Music takes different standpoints in different people’s lives, and it matters more or less to one person than it does another.
Music is an eternal part of our life and it is present everywhere. The movement of leaves due to wind produces a mild music which when heard quietly soothes our nerves. The tapping of rain on the window panes and ground plays a soft music which rejuvenates our soul. The pleasant and peaceful music played by the nature relaxes us and calms our soul.
Music has always occupied a central place in the imagination of Indians. Indian music has a special appeal not only within the country but also throughout the world. Music is played in almost every occasion whether it is a party or marriage. While doing yoga we prefer listening to a soft music which helps us to meditate and concentrate properly. People love music and many of them are not able to control them from dancing when a song is
played of their choice.
Music plays a very interesting and important part in my life. I usually listen to music 1 hour a day because it relaxes me and energizes my body. When I am sad or worried it only takes music to rejuvenate my enthusiasm. Music acts a companion to me when no one else is there to lift up my spirits. “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”