I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who said they can’t stand music... and if I ever did I would call them out for lying. II. Audience Relevance: If you’re like me you can’t go a day without listening to music and even when you’re not, songs are usually flowing in your head. When you’re walking to class, getting ready to go out, partying, relaxing, in the shower, whenever... music is apart of your everyday routine. III.
It was something I could see being played on a peaceful night, as it's something I could enjoy and relax to. 4.) Title - Road Runner Artist - Bo Diddley Composer - Bo Diddley, Willie Dixon, Jerome Green, Ellas Mcdaniel Musical Traits - Not a very deep vocalist, the music was very up-tempo and he had somewhat of normal-high scream to his music, but sounded very well. The music was something that you could dance and swing around to at a pretty fast pace, as he was jamming on his guitar playing notes the entire time. Topic of Lyrics - The topic of this song is something that would go along with a party or dancing type of social event.
An auditory person may try to get into harmony with the situation and listen for any hints to the solution. Something might tell you that you were playing the right tune. In auditory mode LEM is usually around the horizontal midline, looking to the right imagining or rehearsing a sound, to the left remembering a sound. When we speak normally, we might use visual, auditory and kinaesthetic words, but in some states, when we are thinking in a certain way, we will use words that represent the Modality we are using for
Picking a subject that one can personally relate to can sometimes make it easier. One is able to put more emotion into the song and therefore usually produce a product of better quality. Picking the theme of one's song first may also help with later steps in the process. Once you know the theme of your song, you can now start deciding which chords you will use. If your song is about a depressing subject you would most likely use minor chords.
It can change a difficult mood and make it happy or excited; it can change a light mood and take it deeper and more profound. 3. Music enhances learning and makes it more enjoyable. It is scientifically proven that music enhances brain functioning. Playing music uses many brain functions simultaneously: motor control, imagination, hearing, sight, memory, etc.
The excitement of the beginning of the race when everyone in the stands comes up to their feet and cheers on their favorite driver as the rumble of the cars passes by. By the end of each race my adrenaline is flowing and my heart is racing to watch my favorite drivers cross the finish line. I enjoy going into the garage area and meeting nascar drivers and their crew. Listening to the conversations of the different teams as they try to hurry up to get on the start line for the race only shows the great passion they all have for the sport. I have several of their autographs and pictures with them.
THE EFFECTS OF HAPPY AND SAD CLASSICAL MUSIC ON MOOD. ABSTRACT Ferguson & Sheldon (2013) have shown that music can influence an individuals mood positively especially if there is an intension to become happy. On the other hand Kenealy(1988) had earlier shown that listening to a piece of happy or sad music can influence an individuals mood. This study was designed to find out if the effect was due to the material structure of the music or the participants likeness of the music. Twenty-one participants self completed a likert scale of their mood rates before and after listening to each type of music.
Pop culture was brought into the same homes that had newspapers, but now it was delivering its message with moving pictures and audio. Everywhere we are, whether we are out driving in the country, shopping in a congested retail development or simply sitting at home on the sofa watching our favorite television show, we are influenced by advertisements promoting pop culture. Rodgers states “pop culture is created by media and public diversions.” These diversions include such things as “movies, music, internet, radio and pulp fiction, as well as, dance clubs, restaurants, clothing styles, and national holidays” (Rodgers). Pop culture is all around us even if we do not realize it. Every day when we wear or see something with a brand name or a logo boldly printed on it, we are subjected to pop culture.
Many people choose to play classical music as they study or do work because they believe it increases their productivity. Classical music often begins with a relatively slow chords progression slow rhythm around sixty beats per minute . The slow, rhythm relaxes the mind, usually by raising serotonin production in the brain. Serotonin being the chemical that allows a person to sleep. Of course the serotonin production is not rapid enough to induce sleep, but the music allows it to release the neurotoxin at a rate that will relax an individual enough to activate a sense of wonder similar to those a person experiences in dreams.
Music greatly affects us as a society. Music brings people together by creating a common interest that people of all cultures can share in. The tone and beats found in songs varies from culture to culture, which is why people of different backgrounds have a different style of dancing and costuming to go with their music. I personally find it very interesting when I travel to a foreign country and get to experience their culture, especially their different style of music. What we watch on television does influence our everyday lives.