Music & Culture
At one time music was only seen as a means to reproduce the unknown: natural forces, spirits, and was a source of spiritual vitality. It went through several phases, from strictly religious art to canonicality, collectivity and individuality. The sound of the tradition was called its own. For example, and which are now not only recognized but also used in Greek modes (Doric, Ionic, etc.).
Emergence of Performance
In the ancient states, consonances were used to understand the order of things, musical tones were assigned to various components of the world order, and harmony and aspects of governance were established in society based on music. Different cultures have developed their own methods of composing music and musical signs, notes, and music is a crucial element in shaping and influencing social impact and development;
Information & Energy
Music is a very powerful source of information and energy. It is a force that can be collected and accelerated across space. It also gives an opportunity to transfer those two through generations, it can travel over time and be free from the reality’s physical boundaries.
What information is out there about music?
Music is not only composed, played and heard, it is also discussed, marketed and plagiarized. Music can be heard everywhere: at home and at work, in public means of transport and in shops, from apartment windows and from passing vehicles.
Even when we are in the great outdoors, we do not let the radio receiver out of our sight. If you study the history of music, the meaning of music becomes even clearer.
- When we talk about history, understanding history teaches us the most important knowledge about ourselves,
- About the processes in society, it gives us orientation,
- It teaches us how to properly understand what is happening in the present
- It helps us to be able to make the right decisions
For more information about music, see the sections on Theory, Aesthetics, Meaning, and History of Music in the next sections of our website. Also, the growing interest in musical culture, the widespread discussion of non-musical issues, and the speed with which news is being published are not surprising. Obviously, this has piqued the public's curiosity.
It is by definition impossible to produce truly "divine" music using only technical means that rely solely on the intellect.
This can be done through the composer's subconscious. In my opinion and as experience shows, neither composition nor performance is possible without an energetic - informative, emotional component. The works of non-professional artists who have not attended technical schools are said to be "free from clichés", "unrestricted", "creative".
Every day we hear a large number of very different styles of music and find out about them. However, many fascinating truths remain unknown in one form or another. For example, few people can fathom how didgeridoo, bonang, tsabouna and hang sounds are played by indigenous peoples.
It is not known how music aids healing, why plants grow faster in the presence of music, or why cows give more milk when Chopin's music is played. It is impossible to go beyond a certain point without information, and also within the framework of the knowledge-based There are no inhibitions when it comes to learning.