Do you also like or enjoy listening to music composed in a language you don't comprehend?
I really love the way Kreol / Zouk music sounds, and yet I can't make head or tail of the language. I find it interesting, relaxing, rhythmical, entertaining, extraordinary, rich in vibe and very well composed. Harmony is seriously taken care of here. Do you feel the same about other music?
It depends on the type of music, but yes I do enjoy listening to music in other languages. They say music is universal and it does prove to be when it comes to some types such as classical.
Yes, I most definitely do! I especially enjoy listening to French music, and I do at least a few times a week. That being said I do speak a bit of French, but I wouldn't really say that I can "comprehend" it all that much.
Yes, I enjoy the sound of music from a foreign country. Especially Spanish and Creole artists. The sound of the beats and the lyrics can take you away and make your body move involuntary of itself.
Funny I spent a little time in France and Italy and regularly listen to artists in these languages. I have a little French and less Italian and don't hear the words in the music but I still enjoy them,
I love listening to Indian music - some of the pop stuff and some of the older more traditional stuff - but my knowledge is extremely limited, I just enjoy it when I hear it. That and Celtic music.
Absolutely, i am a big fan of Italian rock, classical and ballads by various artists, much of which i don't understand! I also love some haunting music i have which is native american.
Yes - and the first thing that came to mind - My sisters boyfriend is from India and he played some awesome music for me.
by K Kiss 6 years ago
Do you enjoy listening to foreign music that you do not underderstand?I tend to listen to a lot of songs in languages that I do not understand and yet get the feel of the music. Am I among the few stange breeds or there are many like me out there?
by Nicu 3 years ago
Is listening to classical music good for your brain?I heard that classical music is improving people's brain and the ability of learning. I also heard that classical music help plants to grow faster, also that cows which are listening to classical music are bringing more milk. Which of these things...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
I love all genre of music, and I am often inspired by music alone to write, are you?
by hoteltravel 6 years ago
Would you prefer to use headphone, earbuds or speakers when listening to music?If you are not disturbing others, which one of these would you prefer to use when listening to music - headphones, earbuds or speakers?
by essiheart 5 years ago
Do you enjoy listening to music while you write or is it too distracting?If you do listen to music; what genre do you listen to most?
by DGB 8 years ago
whenever i go on a run without music, it seems to be more tedius and tirering, however when i listen to music i seem to have more energy and can run faster for longer! is this just me or is there some explanation for this! i guess i could be running to the beat, but i seem to have more energy when...
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