Assuming that "real" music is defined as music derived from one's soul, then yes, it is possible to find music fueled by emotion. However, one must be able to see past what entertainment corporations push as "music." A good example of real music is improvisational music.
The difference between those instruments are the type of music that is played by each instrument. If you were playing classical music, it would be a violin. However, if you were playing improvisational folk styles of music, it would be a fiddle.
If its not on Lyrics, then its Improvisational, called Improvising.. can sometimes happen when things are screwed up.
Some people don't like Phish because they don't like their style of improvisational music. Other's do not like the songs. Another reason is that the culture of concert-goers turns people off to the music.
Whose Line Is It Anyway
In the generally accepted sense of classical music in western cultures, classical music is almost always scored, or written out, whether it is for a solo instrument or for a group of musicians. There are some examples of music that have improvisational elements, structural elements that can be arbitrarily arranged, or that have some chance or aleatoric elements.
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Dave Brubeck is a jazz pianist and musical composer. Some of his hits were, "In Your Own Sweet Way," and "The Duke." His music's unusual timing signatures were a characteristic of his improvisational skills.