music v sound

music v sound - Music Versus Sound Music is organized sound...

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Music Versus Sound Music is organized sound created for an emotional and/or a social purpose that effects ones senses. Any sound can be formed into music. When that sound is made, whether it is the human voice or even just the banging of a hammer, it can become music when it is organized with the intent of music. Throughout my day of listening to sound, I heard many noises. Many of those noises were just sound, but, when that noise became music; it became sound with a purpose to stir my emotions. During my eight hour log, I spent some time in front of my computer by myself. Whenever I enter my room, I usually automatically turn on some sort of music. Music, with its ease of access, has become a prominent part of my life. Silence, especially when I am by myself, has become so rare that I might even fear it. While the music I listen to often creates or matches my current emotional state, silence often brings about a sense of loneliness. Therefore, music was often apart of my day when I was alone. The music I
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course RLST 201 taught by Professor Elliot during the Fall '07 term at Kenyon.

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