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Argentinian producer Ezequiel Arias returns to Anjunadeep with a fresh remix of Braxton, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant’s ’SpaceTime’. With releases on Sudbeat, The Soundgarden and Plattenbank, the Argentine producer demonstrates his penchant for Progressive House in his latest remix, leading with a driving rhythm section and intertwining melodies.
Release date: 17 January 2023
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The Essentiality of Music
Music is a complex art form that has been a part of human life for thousands of years. It is an auditory medium that has a wide range of applications, including psychotherapy and advertising.
It is also an important adjunct to drama and rituals. Its emotional effect has been consistently exploited by popular culture.
Aristotle thought that music could express universal truth. He also believed that it could shape the character of an individual. Generally, music is composed to have a beautiful form and to express emotion.
The ancient Greeks developed a system of notation. They discovered that string length and pitch correlated. Their goal was to link sounds with motion. However, they did not progress to calculate the pitch on the basis of vibrations.
Aristoxenus, a pupil of Aristotle, criticized acoustical considerations and ascribed credit to the human listener. But he likewise carried forward the concept of imitation.
Boethius, a Roman philosopher, was a conservative. His philosophy encouraged order. He was also known for his fear of innovation.
Plotinus, another third-century philosopher, echoed the idea of a work of art possessing a measure of truth. In addition to this, he viewed music as the reflection of divine harmony.
Historically, there have been a number of defectors from one or more of these views. Today, however, there is no debate about the essentiality of music.
For centuries, it has been considered an adjunct to religion, ritual, and the good life. Throughout history, music has been a central component of society.