What does music mean to you?
Do you have this intense passion for music? Could it be sitting on your couch listening to some good tunes? Or you have an incredible voice/artistic skills? Music has passionately touched my heart and soul. I'm a music lover, as I like to say, "Don't just listen to the music, feel it"! Is their anybody out there who feels the same way I do? The way I see it, people like to hide away in there music or don't like listening to certain genres. Is it because certain lyrics and tunes hits a soft spot in your heart? Just for fun who is your favorite artist/singer?
Music is everything to me. It doesn't even have to be a composition - it could simply be sounds of nature. I enjoy all genres (even some rap - though I'm not into the gangster/cursing kind).
Music can affect one's mood, alter your day, give inspiration, make you cry or laugh... It can bring up memories and help solidify new ones.
I did an experiment with my boys once. At dinner time I used candles for lights and put on some classical music. It was the quietest dinner we've ever had - once they got over the initial shock of it and did their "Spongebob Squarepants Pinkies Up" bit. You are not alone with the passion for music.
Ok - favorite artist/singer... way tooooo many to list.
Music means everything to me! It is a great stress buster! Whenever I feel alone, it is being a nice companion to me...
Three quarters of my Hubs are about bands/music, so I'd say it's pretty important to me. Haha. In a past life I must've been a frustrated rock critic.
Seriously, I've been a music junkie since I was a kid and I still love listening to it, reading/learning about it, and collecting it.
music sometimes means enjoyment for me , sometimes means abreaction .
by kirstenblog 6 years ago
I have found music to be a powerful part of my life and have done since I discovered New Kids on the Block when I was like 8 I can get obsessive over music sometimes. When I first heard the band "Cowboy Junkies" I was so deeply moved and I didn't know music could do that! My next total...
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
Does music affect your mood, or does your mood affect your choice in music?
by Michelle Liew 4 years ago
How does music motivate you?
by delmer47 6 years ago
My question on this subject got eliminated so I moved to a forum. The reason why I'm posting this is because I just recently met someone that doesn't like music AT ALL. I have never met anyone in my life that doesn't like music. So I'm just curious...how significant is music to your life?
by Elena 6 years ago
What does Music do for you?Either listening to music / playing instruments / or even singing.
by Linda Crampton 5 years ago
How can we encourage children or teenagers to listen to different genres of music?What are some ways for parents to encourage their children or teenagers to listen to music from a wide variety of genres - such as rock, classical, jazz and world - instead of only listening to music from one...
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