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What Is Music?

Music is an art form that combines vocal or instrumental sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression, usually according to cultural standards of rhythm, melody, and harmony. It is also the medium for communication and entertainment. Music is often recorded and played with specialized musical instruments. The 20th century’s music was characterized by new technological inventions, like radio and gramophone, that allowed lower-income people who couldn’t afford to go to a concert or own an instrument to enjoy songs and musical pieces. It also spawned new genres and styles of music, such as Jazz.

Some of the most important elements in music are dynamics, pitch, beat, tempo, and chords. The dynamics of music refer to how loud or soft it is, and how it changes throughout a piece of music (crescendo and decrescendo). The beat is the number of musical beats per minute in a song. The tempo of a piece of music is how fast or slow the music is, and it can change throughout a piece as well (sustain and accelerando). Chords are groups of notes that are played together in a particular pattern to create a melody or a song. The most common chords are major and minor.

Humans have been using music to communicate with one another since prehistoric times. Early music involved clapping and singing, as well as clicking fingers. Musical instruments were invented during this time to create a more sophisticated sound. During the Renaissance, musicians began to blend musical strands rather than contrast them. After the Baroque era, Classical music focused on balance and adequate proportion. During the Romantic period, composers tried to tell stories and invoke emotions with instrumental music.

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