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Music Adjectives

I thought I would take a month and write down words that describe what I see music doing in my life and in my teaching studio and community.  Hopefully you notice and are equally inspired by some of the same things…
 
Music teaches us and exposes us to new:  
Concepts
Patience
Humility
Logic and reasoning
Math
With beats and time signatures and rhythms
With beats and pitches
With intervals
With triads and chord extensions like 7ths, 9ths, etc
Visual and spatial computations
Timing
Coordination of fingers, hand and mind
Work ethic
Teaches you a visual language using symbols
Teaches x and y math graphic concepts
Form of hands
Posture
Using weight/gravity
Control
Excellence
Perfection
Success
Failure
Trying your best
Pattern recognition
Artistic choices
Creativity
World History
Music history
Geography
Theory
To accept change and diversity
To deal with criticism/critiquing in building character, maturity and respect
Relationship of notes
Relationship of staff lines
To develop consistency
To make and achieve goals
To fail, reassess, regroup and make new goals
To accept challenge
It makes families closer
Share your talents and gifts
Enjoy a relationship with a professional teacher and adult
Get out of your comfort zone
Puzzle and problem-solving skills
It can open you up to discovery in physics of sound, harmonics, calculations, study of wave theory
Engineering skills
Coding skills are created in learning how to compose
Freedom
Keeps you from being bored
Its energizing and exciting to perform
Helps with stage fright and public appearances
Teaches you rules
Reading notation helps you move on to other instruments
Trial and error
Listening skills with a teacher and with the instrument
Playing with a beat and playing against the beat
Teaches you to follow and to lead
Teaches preparation
Mental toughness
Mental concentration
Physical preparedness
Teaches you to time manage
Teaches you to schedule
Rewires your brain
Connects and strengthens the sense of touch with the sense of hearing
Diminishes the need to respond to visual cues as your sense of hearing is heightened
Betters your reaction timing
 
Music can employ you as a:
Music instrument salesman
Composer
Performer
Arranger
Recording engineer
Record producer
Tour accountant
Artist manager
Venue manager
Audio or lighting engineer
Music teacher
Piano tuner
Luthier
Musical Repair Technician
Amplifier builder
Music bookseller
Music software seller
 
It teaches you about:
patience
generosity
perseverance
persistence
to predict
to see and look ahead and to work around road blocks
community
balances your feelings and emotions
empathy
gives you a better understanding of your 5 senses
craftsmanship
 
Music can create:
conversations
happiness
joy
pleasure
sadness
interest
disinterest
art history
world history
civics’ lessons
art appreciation
music appreciation
invention
imagination
cultural diversity
respect of others and of other ideas
respecting and caring for your instrument
understanding the value of a cheap or expensive instrument
understanding repairs and maintenance
can provide fun entertainment
can provide stress relief and anxiety relief
can provide humor
it can help you make friends for life
it can make connections with other groups of similar and different peoples and cultures
and can create symmetry, camaraderie and understanding amongst different people
it can create moods
it can enhance movies, television, a trip to the mall
it can be in the foreground
it can be in the background
it can create memories
it is therapeutic

it can connect an older person with a younger person or the older generation with the newer generation
it creates talking points
it can create value
it can create better communication and understanding
it can create dissonance
it can create dancing
it can create community
it can create love
 
 

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