Harmonious Prosperity: Examples of Instrumental and Musical Benefits
SubjectInstrument; Benefits; Music; Playing; Guitar; Bass; Musician; Band; Learning Music; Teaching Music; Touring; Musician Interview; Musical Auditions; Jason Grant; Nathan Petrella; Gabe Sipson; Josh Guerraz; Justin Gillen; Piano
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AbstractThis collection of anecdotes and research shows the psychological and life enjoyment benefits that anyone can gain by learning and playing a musical instrument. It includes the author's personal experiences with learning an instrument, along with four interviews with musicians of differing experience levels, musical styles, and ways that playing music has helped their lives. The interviews range from a guitar teacher that's been playing for 25 plus years to a musician that spent six years touring. This thesis also examines the ability of music to soothe and calm, as well ass its potential power to change a person's life by eliciting commitment, devotion, and discipline.
DescriptionThis piece is meant to inspire musicians or people that want to become a musician. The benefits that many people have acquired from playing an instrument are explained and elaborated upon. The author is experienced in this process and offers information to provide readers with knowledge on how to approach learning an instrument and acquire skills that will help them do this more effectively and quickly.
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