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There is no doubt that music is an essential part of the lives of many people. People listen to music when they awaken in the morning, while they are on the move, in their workplaces, and when they are socializing with friends. To many people, music is akin to an ever-present companion. It motivates and brings joy, it helps people through challenging times, and it eases people’s worry and stress.

Indeed, music does much more than entertain people. It has featured in every society that has comprised of humans. Sociologists and anthropologists have not yet found a culture in the history of the human race where music has not featured. Indeed, a lot of modern-day evolutionary experts argue that music is older than language. For many years (thousands in fact), a lot of ancient tribes, primitive societies and religious organizations have relied on music to achieve states of enlightenment. Pythagoras even used music for healing a variety of physical and psychological ailments. In present times, sophisticated research of a scientific nature has shown how music impacts individuals, the human brain, and society in general

As well as reaching people on an emotional, social, and intellectual level, many believe that music has mystical and spiritual qualities. Using harmonic, rhythmic, and melodic devices in a musical piece and bring about an indescribable psychological state in musicians and listeners alike. In essence, music has the power to return people to themselves, to act as a mirror and re-display a side that people had forgotten or were not even aware existed.

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