1. How does music make you feel?
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2. Music is something that every person has his or her own specific opinion about. Different people have different
taste, and various types of music have many ways of leaving an impact on someone. It can be relaxing, angering,
soothing, energizing, and many more.
There are so many types of music out there today. Rap, pop, rock, country, indie, alternative, hardcore are some of
the abundant types in the world. Music sends out either good or bad messages that have big impacts on how
people act. People usually become friends with others who have a same taste in music as the rest of the people
they hangout with, or it can be vice versa. People may not want to associate with people who have different tastes
in music because they’ll argue about what they think is better but its just their own opinions.
Rap and Rock music are two very important types of music in the world. They both send out different messages
and help kids. The lyrics sung or rapped by the artists can be things going on in their own personal lives, and
people with the same types of problems can listen to them so they know theirs hope and theirs people like this out
there in the world. Music can also serve as a catalyst for new ideas. When people listen to the new things out
there, they learn different things going on in the world and they become more open-minded because they’re
exposed to different people like the artists.
A lot of people come to the conclusion that rap music has a very big impact on the world. Listening to the lyrics,
they usually revolve around sex and drugs and those are topics many parents don’t want their kids being involved
in. Many of the music videos made by rap artists in the world show these topics in them. Studies show that people
who are more into rap music do drugs one time in their lives.
3. People love music for much the same reason they're drawn to sex,
drugs,gambling and delicious food, according to new research. When you
listen to tunes that move you, the study found, your brain releases
dopamine, a chemical involved in both motivation and addiction.
Even just anticipating the sounds of a composition like Vivaldi's "Four
Seasons" or Phishes "You Enjoy Myself" can get the feel-good chemical
flowing, found the study, which was the first to make a concrete link
between dopamine release and musical pleasure.
The findings offer a biological explanation for why music has been such a
major part of major emotional events in cultures around the world since
the beginning of human history. Through music, the study also offers new
insights into how the human pleasure system works.
"You're following these tunes and anticipating what's going to come next and
whether it's going to confirm or surprise you, and all of these little
cognitive nuances are what's giving you this amazing pleasure," said
Valorie Salimpoor, a neuroscientist at McGill University in Montreal. "The
reinforcement or reward happens almost entirely because of dopamine."
5. I hear the music,
The music is playing,
The music is soft,
The music is now fading,
The music is gone,
Which means so is my life,
No music means no life,
The music is gone,
Come back to me music,
The Music is beginning,
I have a life,
The music is pretty,
The Music is wonderful,
The music is fading again,
I love the music,
The music is gone,
Good bye music.
6. I hear the music
Music is love
Music is life
Music can tell a story
But also brings memories
What's so special about music?
When I listen to music it takes me'
to another world.
Music is my passion
Music soothes the soul
Music can take away the pain
Our life is music.
Music inspires me
The music flows through me
Do you hear it?
The beats of music.
Come dance with me tonight.
8. Music can often make or break a day. It can change your mood, amp you up
for exercise, and help you recover from injury. music is represented in
multiple parts of the brain and therefore accesses deeper pathways between
neurons. Music then helps patients connect the stored knowledge of words
through songs and helps create the new connections needed for speech. You
don't need to have suffer from brain damage to get the benefits though, lets
take a look at how music affects the brain in a more casual sense, and how
you can use it to enhance your day-to-day. When you listen to music you
know, it stimulates the hippocampus, which handles long-term storage in
the brain. Doing so can also bring out relevant memories you made while
listening to a particular song. So, even though the Mozart-effect has
essentially been disproven, the idea that forming a new memory with music,
and then using the same music again later to recall the memory still appears
to be a sound idea. If you're having trouble remembering something, you
might have better luck if you play the same music you were listening to
when you first made the thought.
9. Without music peoples lives would be bland and tasteless, everyday we hear some
type of music whether it is on the radio on your drive to work, or a person passing by
whistling an old age tune. I love music and don't know where I would be without it
ranging from the most beautiful symphonic pieces out by Beethoven to the new age
rock we hear on the radio. To me the most beautiful and masterfully created songs
invoke emotion. When you hear a modern song you think yeah that has a cool beat
but when I hear it I look deeper into it to listen to the lyrics and understand what the
singer is trying to get across and how they truly feel when they wrote that song. Music
can be depicted as a link to generations as well as a separator, what you think is cool
now people will think is old and lame ten years from now, that is unless it is one of
those cross-generation songs such as Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" no matter how
old you get the moment you hear that piano intro you think man what great times I
Another praiseworthy thing music accomplishes is its innate ability to take you to
another world, no matter what is going on right now how you feel or how your day
went the moment you put in those headphones or crank up your stereo and close
your eyes everything dissipates but that one song, it connects you to another realm of
relaxation and complete freedom. Music can alter your mood, relieve stress and
ultimately connect you to people, sure peoples taste in music may be different but we
can all agree that Music no matter what it's form is an amazing thing.
Overall I believe that music is the greatest way to express how you feel and to get a
message across whether your sad, happy, angry, or just relaxed music is a tool to
10. Our life will remain incomplete without the media. The radio, television, newspaper and internet are
some forms through which we get information. Just like other fields, a vast development is seen in
media fields also. The common people believe the news given by the media.
The media covers news of public interest such as political happenings, sports, city news, national
news, international news, business, education, entertainment literature and medical news. The
news should satisfy all men, women and children of various age-group and status. To increase
circulation of newspapers, the media people should not publish bogus news.
Positive effects of Media:
• The common man gets the latest news within a fraction of seconds. The distance is not at all a
barrier now. The news they get through media help them in their daily life a lot.
• The media helps common people to exchange information.
• The media helps to bring out the hidden talents of the people. The children learn many good
things through media.
Negative effects of Media:
• Some bogus news given in the newspaper may raise blood pressure and create negative feelings
in the mind.
• Over exposure to media may cause health problems also. The advertisements shown in TV and
newspaper have got both positive and negative impact. The children learn violence by seeing
movies and TV programs. They imitate super heroes they see in the screen which may cause
danger to their life. The over exposure to media make them behave more aggressively, which
spoils their future also.
• The children get immense pleasure in playing video games and they spend hours together before
computer, surfing through internet.
12. Music is life
Music is colorful
Music is passion
Music is soothing.
Music makes one romantic
Music evades loneliness
Music gives hope.
Music can take you ages back
Music can tell you stories
Music can control emotions
Music is always endless….
13. The hollow pit in my stomach convinced me that somehow I was grieving over my father's death.
There were no words to describe the lack of feeling or emotion that I felt. Not a single tear welled
up in my eyes. There was no lump in the throat or even a small inclination of sudden loss. All I
could translate from the hidden depths of my repressed emotions was a sense of emptiness.
I knew my father had been terminally ill. We had expected, perhaps, a sudden decline in his health
followed by a period of incapacity before he died. It did not happen this way. It was sudden and
In the weeks that followed I could not understand why I could not bring my emotions out into the
open. Somewhere, I knew, buried deep within myself there was a part of me that screamed to get
out. There was anger and loss so deep within that it was as if it were trapped in a cavern several
A thousand words could not describe the feeling, the loss or the battle that I had raging within me
to release the inner torment. Nothing that I could say, or feel, expressed adequately the need that I
felt to find an outlet for my emotions. Nothing, that is, except music.
My father had been a musician all his life. He could not read a note but in his head he knew over a
thousand songs. At the age of 14 he played the accordion in public houses and only stopped when
his fingers became too arthritic to move. As I was born into a musical family it seemed inevitable
that I too became a musician.