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The Importance of Music

Music is an art of combining and expressing emotions and ideas following particular rules in a significant form. It includes a melody, harmony, and rhythm that affect the way we interpret songs or instrumental music played live or using a device.

Music has always been an important means of communication in different cultures. Throughout history, the music industry has developed and evolved in response to new technological developments.

For example, in the 20th century, gramophone players and later MP3 players replaced the need for musicians to perform live concerts. At the same time, technology has also influenced music production through editing and mixing techniques. In addition, digital storage has enabled the creation of unique genres that could not have been possible before.

Despite these changes, the popularity of music remains unchanged. Global on-demand audio song streams increased from 2.17 trillion in 2020 to 2.74 trillion in 2021. The emergence of new artists and genres such as K-Pop has contributed to this growth.

Throughout history, many philosophers have considered the importance of music in human life. Plato (428-348/347 bce), for example, saw it as a department of ethics, and he was concerned about the influence that rhythmic and melodic complexities could have on people. He believed that music echoed divine harmony, and it also imitated the movement of heavenly bodies. This made music a form of spirituality. The Stoics and Epicureans, on the other hand, favored sensation over logic. They placed greater emphasis on the importance of human listeners and their powers of perception, but they still viewed music as an important part of the good life.

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