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What Is Music

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Cassandra P. Dela Pena March 16,2012 second year justice Music

1.What is music?
Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. It’s common element are pitch, rhythm, dynamics and sound of timbre and texture. Sometimes music is a work of art it can be a fine art, performing art, auditory art. Fine art is a visual art considered to have been created primarily aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture. Performing arts includes dance, music, opera, magic, theatre, spoken words, circus arts, and musical theater; the performing arts are those forms of art which differ from plastic art (not-literary, non-visual). Music can also release stress; you can act, dance, and sing about your emotions; it can relax one’s mind. In short music expresses our deep emotions, it tells our journey about the world, it tells our story or about what happened to us in the past or what we have been through and it tells us who we are.

2. What have I learned in music?
What I learned in music is that it has many unending beats, rhythm, and melody. Music has so many cultures and also history not only in our country but also around the world you can also determine the notes and also the number of the notes in the sheet music so that you can play it in your instruments, the other thing that I’ve learned in music is the instruments chords like E, Em, G, Gm, A, Am etc. and also the numbers that we have to repeat it. What I learned in the instrument of the violin is how to play the lightly row, and ode to joy by Ludwig Van Beethoven, At first this two songs were hard to do it on the violin because it was my first time to play a violin in my whole life, the one that I was easiest to perform with was the ode to joy, when I first...