Music was considered that of the upper class and the sounds coming from the peasant’s homes and markets were lesser versions of these grand orchestras. With the birth of radio, television, record players, and electric Instruments, the inure idea of music changes.
Music in the 20th century is built on popularity among the masses. Everyone, from the poorest of poor to the richest of rich has the ability and right to listen to music.
The dazzling crescendo plans upon your Inner ear and Incite the deepest imagination, thoughts of glory, of love and of hate enter your mind.
Then as the decrescendo begins to flow in, you return to yourself.
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Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.
Music excites creativity in the soles of those who listen to it.
There are the purists who say music died with building of the electric guitar, and those who oppose say that marked its birth.
Usually classical music is often perceived as opulent, only appreciated by the upper class.
Classical music mostly features in pop music forming background music for movies, television program, and advertisement.