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The History of Music

The history of music goes back to the Platonic and Aristotelian schools. Plato regarded music as a department of ethics and was known as a strict musical disciplinarian. He believed that there was a relationship between a person’s character and the type of music that they listened to. Moreover, he viewed music as a manifestation of the divine. Therefore, he believed that music must be simple and should not be overcomplicated. The most important aspect of music, according to Plato, is its ability to echo the harmony of the heavenly bodies. Melody and rhythm, in particular, are used to elicit a feeling or thought that is in line with a person’s character.

The history of music has been very varied, and there are several aspects of music that can be studied here. Some of the more popular forms of music are rock and soul, which have large followings. These forms often deal with a wide range of themes and are accompanied by instruments such as guitars, keyboards, and percussion instruments that are usually electronically amplified. Popular music has also long been praised for its ability to reflect human emotion. This capacity has been exploited by popular culture, ranging from psychotherapy to geriatrics and advertising.

Since the beginning of the 19th century, there have been many philosophies who have attempted to understand music. These theories have been highly controversial and contradictory, and have been contested for quite some time. Although some of these theories are essentially similar, the chief points of view overlap in various proportions. Edmund Gurney, an English psychologist, incorporated the elements of the expressionist, symbolist, and formalist theories. And he also recognized that music is an emotional life connection.

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