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The History Of Music, Part X: The Future Of Music.

Music has been with us for as long as we can remember. It has been an influence to mankind in many ways and has helped us overcome our fears, our emotions, our life. It’s a unique way of making us feel more connected with each other, but also with ourselves. Without music, the world wouldContinue reading “The History Of Music, Part X: The Future Of Music.”

The History Of Music, Part IX: The Nillies.

Changing from era is unique. Changing from century is extraordinary. Changing from millennium is something that not many people can say they’ve done that. People who have gone from 1999 to 2000 can say they have been part of an historical event. It will take many generations before it happens again. Same as an eraContinue reading “The History Of Music, Part IX: The Nillies.”

The history of music, part VII: Don’t you forget about those classics.

Continuing the extension of music in genres, the eighties had a huge impact on people with bands and artists experiencing other instruments and tunes. Implying electronic and symphonic tunes into the songs, created a whole new era in the music industry.

The History Of Music Part III: From Classical to classics.

There was a time in which people had to go through storms and back to get the things done what they wanted to be done. There were times in which we had to face challenges and difficulties in our lives. But there has been not a moment, since the beginning that people made music, thatContinue reading “The History Of Music Part III: From Classical to classics.”

The History of Music Part II: The Pillars Of The Musical World.

Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi,… Those are just a few of the legendary artists who kept music alive through the centuries. Classical music typically is made without voices or lyrics, but the melodies that created these legends were tended to be singable so that composers were able to replace singers and focus on the musicContinue reading “The History of Music Part II: The Pillars Of The Musical World.”

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