Concert on, world off


Are you a music lover my friend?

Have you ever come across people who hate music?

Some say they used to love music.

These people say their generation’s music is the real music.

Youngsters hate olden day music, the style of olden days concerts.

Many concluded that music during concerts is nothing but loud noise, damaging the ear drums.

Whatever may the type of music, whatever may be the style of music, whatever may the branch of particular music…music is still music.

A few felt that they loved a particular song, but got bored after hearing the same repeatedly.

Hmm. Humans are humans

The person remains the same. But his/her taste for the particular music can change over time.

What you like today, you don’t hesitate to hate tomorrow.

World Music Day (Fête de la Musique}

World music day is celebrated on 21 June annually.

Do you like attending concerts?

Do you find time, my friend?

Or do you just want to enjoy the music alone?

Who is your favourite singer?

Whose concert do you like most?

My favourite concert was that of Neil Diamond.

I love Scorpions (German Band) songs.

Irrespective of the language we all love music

“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force.

Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common”

Sarah Dessen

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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6 thoughts on “Concert on, world off

  1. Longfellow’s quote is excellent. There is another great one by Albert Schweitzer: “There are two means of refuge from the misery of life — music and cats.”
    I think children should be exposed to classical music from the moment they are born. Then they would not be surprised that the famous “American Prayer” by The Doors starts with Albinoni’s Adagio, a Baroque violin piece. My undergraduate degree was in music and arts, but I am an omnivorous music lover. Exposure to classical music enables one to differentiate “real” music from senseless noise, whatever the genre, or however modern.

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  2. People change and music genres change over time. For example, what was once country music in the United States doesn’t resemble what is called country music today in many respects.
    By the way, I logged in as my Facebook account because the WordPress login logo on your site gets covered up by a login message so I can’t click on it to log in using my WordPress credentials. I don’t know if this is a problem that is endemic or on your site only yet. I will let you know, Philo.

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