Greetings Forum Members,
Here's my second post for the day. I chose to present an argument on the topic mentioned in the subject.
I spent close to 42 minutes to complete it. Kindly highlight necessary corrections and rate the write up on the following grounds : Grammar, punctuations, relevance and unnecessary/awkward sentences. Do feel free to provide your valuable tips.Q : Present a written argument or case to an educated reader with no specialist knowledge of the following topic:
There are many different types of music in the world today. Why do we need music? Is the traditional music of a country more important than the International music that is heard everywhere nowadays?My take :
MUSIC - An activity that has helped many to relax, heal mental illness and for some it has been the bread and butter. Perhaps, one may wonder if the art of music was always so dynamic. The answer to that is NO.
In early ages, Music used to be a recreational entertainment for the upper class, a tradition for families and a medium to communicate with a larger audience or express emotions. The music produced now-a-days and its purpose is completely different from what it was in the yester years.
Volatility in notes and chords, lyrics with profanity and commercial success of the music label are some of the traits of the music produced today. An increasing trend of this may suppress the access to some of the most beautifully played pieces of the past by legends like Vivaldi, Beethoven and Mozart. Apart from pushing the traditional music and its legendary composers to the grave, modern music has also been reported to have a severe change in people's psychology.
It is agreed that different types of music and a wide variety of choices in the music genre exposes people to different traditions and cultures of other communities. However, what is the evidence that international music has served a bigger cause like that? Most of the music produced today has added as one of the reasons that cause hearing impairment and mental nausea. As such how can such fusion of music or modern music be considered more important than the classic and traditional music of the past?
Maybe it is better to hold on to our grandparent's vinyl records to enjoy a smooth melody and relax our minds and most importantly not have any impact on our sensory organs.