Can it? Well, according to a lot of people, it already is, but does that mean it will stop doing so? Maybe, maybe not. In my opinion sure, art is and will continue to change our perspectives and the way we think. As well as other factors, such as emotions. I will be talking about music, can music change the world? If so, how? This is a big question, which until today, is a very controversial topic. For that reason, I will narrow my question down to "can music influence the world?". This seems to be a much more specific question.
So, let's start off with the definition of "music". What is it? Music is an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color. Some types of music can be appealing to different people such as: ⦁Electronic Music: Music created within a computer or synthesiser. ⦁Pop: Music with a story behind it, usually containing romance. ⦁Rock: Hard guitar, and hard drumming, you have without a doubt heard rock before. ⦁Acapella: Vocals, no music, but singing. Some acapellas are very good and can influence people as well. With these kinds of music in mind, it is to the second question we turn to: When did music start, since when did it exist? Music has been around for a long time. Since before the egyptians, and the greeks, there was music. Music was popularized around the Classical era, by Mozart, Beethoven and similar other composers.
Now the last question we must answer to gain knowledge of the main question "Can music influence the world?": "Will we ever run out of new music?" This question may seem very... useless, but in reality this makes a huge impact. The answer is: Yes, we will eventually run out of new music. Why? Because the number of possible five-minute audio files is a number that is 63 million digits long, but mind-blowingly FINITE, not infinite.
What does this mean? This means if humanity lasts for long enough,...