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What Makes Music?
Music is a complex and beautiful art form that can make everything we do more exhilarating. Whether you sing along with your favorite song in the car or shower, listen while working, or dance to a great tune with friends, music can bring joy and comfort.
Creating and making music can be a rewarding experience, but it can also be stressful and difficult to master. A large percentage of musicians suffer from mental health issues, and many are suicidal. These difficulties are exacerbated by the fact that there is no single definition of what makes music. According to some ethnomusicologists, music is simply structured sound – or, more specifically, humanly patterned and organized sound. For others, however, music is defined by its emotional power, and it can communicate feelings even in the absence of words.
Music has a long history of therapeutic applications. Studies of the brain have shown that listening to music stimulates the release of oxytocin, known as the “love hormone.” This effect may explain why people enjoy songs they know by heart, and why certain songs linger in our memories.
Music is incredibly diverse, with thousands of different genres. Each one borrows and evolves from other genres. Heavy metal, for example, has numerous offshoots including power metal, nu-metal, folk metal, thrash metal and Christian metal. This is part of what makes it so fascinating; you can create a whole new sound just by adding or subtracting something from the basic elements.