The Music Of The Soul
Music is the artistic craft of arranging sounds in particular time to create a composition with the various elements of harmony, rhythm, melody, pitch, and timbre into meaningful composition. It is amongst the most universal human cultural factors of all human cultures. Even today, some people still refer to music as the language of the soul. It has been said that music helps express our emotions in a symbolic and compelling manner. Furthermore, it also has been associated with beauty and romance.
Music has been used for so many centuries because it has such broad-ranging influences from the most ancient polytheists to the most modern practitioners of contemporary classical music. In fact, music has been described in a number of ways. For example, music can be described as a human urge, the soul’s longing for liberation, a theme for poetry, music for drama, music for movement, or a way of communicating information. In the Western world, music has been used to express politics, religious themes, spiritual experiences, everyday life experiences, and much more.
Today, music is considered to be an art form due to its ability to connect and bond individuals and groups across distances, genres, and time barriers. Since music is universal, it has been able to influence many cultures, time periods, and social and personal behaviors. As a result, music, which can loosely be described as the language of the soul, continues to endure and grow in popularity worldwide. In fact, there are many types and subgenres that have evolved through time.