Essay on Music: Syncopation and Music

Submitted By thechosen1216
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Life and its simplicity Music is a form of art which breathes the very life and character into our numb empty bodies. As we carry on throughout our lives with what surrounds us, our minds are filled with numerous thoughts that progress into a flow of tunes to which suit the emotions presented at the moment you stand. We may be approached by depression but as we dwell in the world of musicality our lives change and as we are filled with joy from the simplest elements that encircle us, we are reassured by melodies which lift our morale. As we vent through this ingenuity, composing one of the most breathtaking pieces through instruments that are simple, but yet so complex to the point where simply playing would “name the unnamable and communicate the unknowable.”
Music is a sanctuary for people to resort from the public societies and its brutality. As quoted by Maya Angelou, “Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.” The taunting of our societies may reach many individuals and place us at our fringe, but as we drift away through rhythmic beats of sound, the tense and stress which once consumed us are relieved and the heavy burdens of life are lifted. We are set free from the chains that bind us to life and its insincerity and we have the freedom of expressing our character we conceal from our public society to avoid ridicule. As we dwindle down to reality and its relentless waves of obstacles, many of us may snap our fingers to the rhythmic beat of the heavy passionate snap of strings drawing notes of poetic rhymes, while others