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Its in our homes our cars our work and almost every other place we go It invades our silence manipulates our thoughts and plays on our emotions It has been with us almost as long as mans very existence has survived World Wars famine and disease and is constantly changing while still remaining true to its roots and reflecting on our culture Some people are blessed with the gift of being able to creating and expressing themselves through it while everyone is capable of enjoying it on at least on level It is dynamic complex very beautiful art form which will never die Its name is music Every generation and cultural group has grown up with their own special style of music a style that reflects on the people society economy and beliefs of a decade It is an art which is forever changing and being reinvented Music had been responsible for provoking mass riots yet is capable of making lovers dwell in love and passion and as often said can clam the savage beast It is a consistent part of our everyday lives It knows how to tap into every emotion that we as humans feel Music poses a magic quality that crawls under our skin and can make us move almost involuntary to a beat or send us to a state of content - making us wish the whole world could share our song It make us feel happy sad angry conjure up old memories It has become a crucial element in setting the mood in movies theatre and television Since the invention of the radio in the early part of the 1900s the home has never been the same Falling asleep to your favorite song and waking up t o your favorite radio station inspiring you for the day ahead and putting a spring in your step Be it someone taping a drumbeat on their desk or a kid strumming
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