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Expressions that expose who we are and the culture and traditions that surround us As with many other form...
Expressions that expose who we are and the culture and traditions that surround us As with many other forms of cultural expression, music is a way for human beings to express and represent through them different sensations, ideas, thoughts. Thus, music is of vital importance not only for its beauty and aesthetic value (both two elements of utmost importance in regard to the cultural heritage of a community or a civilization), but also as a support from which the being Human can communicate with others and also with himself (since music can be enjoyed both socially and individually). Part of what makes us human is music. All cultures, from the first civilizations to the most current, create music. In fact, musical instruments are among the oldest objects designed by man; there are findings, for example, of flutes 37 thousand years old and probably even older. If we compare this with the reading and writing process that is not more than 35 thousand years old and there are even communities that unfortunately still do not practice it, we can give an idea of ​​the meaning that music has in the evolution of society. Music must be learned from the earliest childhood, since children's brains are in development and it is the perfect moment to encourage positive habits. The more variety of music you listen to and learn, the more versatility of genres you will enjoy as you reach adulthood. Finally, there is a social element in music. We enjoy it for the same reason that we like to eat, run and jump. Treating it as frivolity leads us to be unhappy. The music gets under the skin, creates intense feelings and strong memories. There is nothing more basic than her and at the same time there is nothing more complex or beautiful. Video by Kultus Musiek World music reflection by Kultus du Monde