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music and science relationship

Updated on January 23, 2018


Music is a systematic arrangement of sound with harmony and rhythm. Sound should be systematic and structured. Rhythm must have to be introduced in music. Without rhythm and harmony we can not imagine any music.

Not each sound is tune

Tone and tune both are used in the phenomenon so called music. But we can not define each of the sound as tune. Tune is the elementary particles of constructing a music.

Tone is converted into tune by a tuning process through musical instrument.

Music and physics relation

Music is nothing but a science of sound. Sound is a wave that widely discussed in physics. So we can say that music is a physics of sound.

Music and mathematics relation

Music have a relation with science. But, very strange is that it have also relationship with mathematics.

Music and physiological change

Different types of music impacts on human body in different way. Endorphin is a hormone in animals body that is responsible for any types of pleasure. Music significantly increases endorphin level in animals body. This is the one of the major hiden cause of music that it gives people pleasure and enjoyment.

Music helps people to comfort better

Music helps people to comfort better. Music makes people happy. It reduces any types of pain in life. The more you will be enjoy with music the more you will be happy.

Music improves working quality and efficiency

Very stranges is that music improves working quality. I have found a lot of students when they long time involved in mathematical problem solution they used to play music.

A group of hard working labor are found to uttering some sound with musocal rhythm while they are working. Exactly, it have a scientific relation. In that moment why they usually play with music while they working.

The working efficiency increases with the impact of music

Labor uttering music, music play during mathematical problem solution gives an insights that music increases working efficiency.

The quantity of service production through labor increases through music playing during work.

Music and psychology relationship

Music have a wide range of psychological impact. The different personality type people are found to relation with different types of music.

The preference of music is based on gender, age, social culture, education and other parameters.

It may not enjoyable of any music with you today that was very attractive to you a 10 years ago. With the increasing of age, human choice also changes.

In which way your girlfriend is defining any music may not as same to you. Hence, music preference is dependent on gender.

The older people what likes that may not same popular to teenage.


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      John R Wilsdon 

      4 months ago from Superior, Arizona

      You have convinced me of the good aspects of music. My children all played in school bands and enjoyed wind instruments and piano. I believe it has helped them in many ways - socially, intellectually, and emotionally. I always recommend to people to encourage music in their children's lives. Thanks for the article.

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      Carolyn Fields 

      8 months ago from South Dakota, USA

      Some interesting observations. I am particularly interested in the release of endorpins brought on by listening to music. Thank you for stimulating my curiosity.

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      Robin Carretti 

      8 months ago from Hightstown

      A great evaluation of music since I am a lyric writer and singer I love this so creative

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      Jill Spencer 

      8 months ago from United States

      I like to play music when I cook. I'm not sure if it makes me more efficient, but it certainly makes me happier. Thanks for an interesting read, Stephen.

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      John R Wilsdon 

      9 months ago from Superior, Arizona USA

      Interesting hub. My daughters, thanks to my wife. both studied music in high school. The played in the band and took private lessons. I have first hand experience with their acceleration in academics, particularly mathematics. Folks really need to be aware of this.

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      Arthur Russ 

      9 months ago from England

      Some interesting associations.

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      Fernando Gonzalez 

      9 months ago from Riverside County, CA



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