Music is, sort of, a form of Psychology. People listen to music for many different reasons. EG, If your mad you would probably listen to hard, heavy songs, like Helter Skelter, or Stricken. If your sad you would probably listen to light, mellow songs, like Angel.
every person comprehends it differently. the mood of the tune and/or words has a lot to do with this, especially if it pertains similarly to the listener's circumstances. Sometimes music will even change your mood due to things like an upbeat rhythm, or a sad reminder of something you have forgotten, or the same with a happy reminder, etc. Some people will contemplate the words in the lyrics differently and understand their true meaning, more or less.
people that have minds wired for fractions will sometimes feel some type of astonishment if they can see how everything fits together perfectly, or imperfectly yet still sounds pretty unique and cool. Your favorite type of music is usually music that you can understand better, hence the theory that people of higher intellect tend to have more variety in music choice.
Both music and art allow for self-expression in the way it is interpreted. The beauty of art is found in the eye of the beholder, what is beautiful to one person is ugly to the other. There is no set rules is either genre of what is right or wrong.
Music can help sooth and calm a person. It can help ease pain, lower anxiety, and help people sleep. It can also help lift a person's mood if they are sad or depressed.
they think that music takes their soul and expresss the way you feel but like if your mad it will be music that screames do you know what i mean??
by making sure that the song they are listening to signifies them!
Music is a great way to bring people together. Make sure you have music playing in your shop. Also, play music when you are entertaining customers or clients. This will put people in a good mood, and probably also increase sales.
Music wasn't invented. It was discovered. A long time ago, people realized there was music everywhere. If you're talking about when people actually honed music, it didn't really happen till 100AD
It depends on the people, different people like different music. Some might, some might not.
he inspired people by his music and him how he performes
stupid music because delaware is the worst #arkansas
Yes, very much in the same way that non-blind people can communicate with music. (Assuming they're not also deaf.)
First it depends what kind of dance it may be but to some dancing they communicate by their feat and looking at each other
People can communicate in writing (sending letters, or notes, or texts and e-mails). They can communicate by telephone. They can communicate through giving a speech or a presentation. They can communicate through music (many songs express certain emotions, like love or hope or sadness or desire). And they can communicate by using the mass media-- radio, television, movies, the internet, recorded music, books, magazines, and newspapers.
People could listen to music in real time. People could get news from other countries. People could communicate with other people. People could stay home and hear music. it one of the four.
People in Slovenia communicate mostly by talking.
yes emotion can communicate with people !!!
how do george and harold communicate with the cave people
They communicate by sign language. Well at least people that are deaf do.
they pray to communicate with God
They communicate by talking like regular people...
They communicate using antennas on their heads