What can improve students’ grades, mood, and socialization? That’s right, music. It has amazing effects on the mind and body. I propose that Southwestern Wisconsin School District needs to make music a required credit. Studies have shown that playing/singing music or even listening to music can have wondrous outcomes.
The classical musical concert is known to be very much impressive and scheduled for the key listeners. It would be very much helpful from the perspective of making people acknowledged about the wide music sets (Stevens, 2009). The concert is reviewed to be very much impressive and makes good use of these musical instruments. All these are quite helpful and important in giving better flow to the music concert. The coordination and synchronization amongst the musical players is said to be very much perfect.
I thoroughly enjoyed this concert from beginning to end. The opening piece, “String Quartet in F Major, K 590”, was both soothing and moving with an engaging theme that followed through the piece. The sudden stops and starts with changes in theme built the suspense and pulled the listener in to a jaunty gallop through the second section. Also the bass tones in the back ground seem to be slightly off kilter with the violins, providing a complex texture and harmony that provides depth and poignancy to the music. Section 3 is more merry and cheerful with the violins leading what feels like a race to be won.
Because both sides of the brain are being affected, there are both creative and analytical benefits to making music part of daily routines. It’s no secret that listening to or playing music is enjoyable, but studies have proven that music can boost more than just your mood. Listening to music releases dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is known not only for improving mood but also increasing motivation and emotional stamina. But the benefits that come from listening to music affect more than just the way we feel.
Due to his talent, Andrew Lloyd Webber has been asked by many professional soloists and groups to compose music for them. These qualities of Andrew Lloyd Webber prove that he is a truly successful composer. Andrew Lloyd Webber has composed a lot of fantastic musicals. Critics have even appreciated Andrew Lloyd Webber, which isn't a very common thing to happen. David Lister remarks that Lloyd Webber received this compliment due to his composition, The Beautiful Game.
Music has also been shown to overall affect peoples abilities to learn new things such as vocabulary, language, and reading. Another major influence that music has on the brain is to help people who have suffered from a stroke regain the ability to process new information and old information that was once gone. It has also been proven that melodic intonation therapy helps stroke patients to be able to speak again. Because communication, reading, and vocabulary are so essential in everyday life, music is definitely a phenomenon in that should be further discovered because of its benefits that it has already had with improving the minds of people in society today.
It has been justify by the researchers that music has a big impact on our emotions or mood. It is because of the rhythm and tone that we hear when we listen to music. When we listen to a rhythm, our heart beats actually begins to flow or synch with it. Tones are also highly significant, when you hear a pleasing tone and it is easy to remember you can do it actually. Music composed in a major key and usually sounds happier, joyful, lively etc.
Attending this concert introduced me to know compositional techniques and diversity of style inherited in William Petersen music. I enjoyed his mastery of orchestration and his ability to combine different sounds of the orchestra in an effective manner. Even in a case of few ensemble he can still be able to create interesting effects. The reason I enjoyed this concert much was quality of lyric of his melodies the music communicates directly to the audience, and it is lovely. Much of this music success lay in the faithful rendering of the performance
Mozart had such a true love of classical music, it could clearly be seen in his work. Some of his more famous works are The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, and Requiem Mass. The sheer quality of his music and the fact that a lot of it was done at such a young age, is what made drove Mozart into the spotlight. When I hear Mozart, there is one piece that comes to mind. Eine kleine Nachtmusik is such an uplifting, enlightening piece.
With warm melodies and long lyrical passages, Romantic composers were able to lead people do love their music. Additionally the rhythm was changed by changing the tempo and time signatures (mostlywind.co.uk). While some composers used elaborate technical performances others utilized intimate forms and delicate textures. Giving their music a sense of unity, the primary goal of the Romantic composers was to convey emotion. Sometimes melting together, the forms of this new music were not as clear as in the Classical Period and musical tension was used for emotional response, such as melodies having long dynamic climaxes (kaulblepianostudio.com).