A very Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening (Ladies and Gentlemen) to Honorable Sir/Madam, respected seniors, and my dear friends, Warm Greetings to Everyone!
Thank you all for taking out time and being present at this seminar session. I am here today to give a speech on the topic of “Music and Its Importance.”
We all believe that music is man’s greatest creation, as it allows us to convey our deepest emotions in the most powerful way possible, without having to talk. It strikes a chord in our hearts and touches our souls. Music is a three-arts atmosphere that includes song, instrument, and dance. It affects every area of man’s life on the planet. Music’s impact on us is what distinguishes humans from animals. The transcendent force of music is that it transcends all geographical barriers, bringing people together regardless of their social, political, geographical, or cultural backgrounds.
The impact of music on a man’s emotional life is widely acknowledged. Its essence is the production of melodious music in a harmonious manner. It’s true that music may help us relax both physically and mentally. According to doctors, music is the best medicine. With the power of music, we may unite souls and discover our true selves. There’s a lot to say about music, and it’s one of the most important areas of study in religion and culture. To some extent, music also contributes to the establishment of peace and the promotion of worldwide brotherhood.
Shakespeare goes so far as to say that – The man how has no music in himself, nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. This music has undeniable power to soothe mental distress and bring the mind back to peace.
Music is the use of instruments and vocals to create calming sound and tone, either in a single running melody or in multiples (harmony). It’s a series of ordered melodic sounds that help to create a musical composition with coherence, continuity, and harmony. Music styles have evolved dramatically through the years. Musical history is divided into six periods. The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Classical, Baroque, Romantic, and twentieth-century music are all examples. Everyone enjoys music as a kind of entertainment.
Music has the ability to heal our wounds and to bring people from all over the world together. As a result, music is seen as a peaceful instrument that aids in the resolution of tumultuous and chaotic situations. Music relaxes and refreshes us, as well as soothing our body. It relieves us of tension and tension in our daily lives. Music is a fantastic therapy for pain relief. Music transports us to a world of melody and aids in the forgetting of unpleasant memories.
Everywhere, music has a religious origin. As a result, there is something in music that exalts and ennobles our hearts while also keeping the baser proclivities or dispositions under control. Music is a long-term answer for eradicating monotony from your life. When you’re listening to music, you don’t realize how quickly time passes. If you’re bored and have nothing to do, turn on some music for a bit. You’ll feel re-energized and revitalized. If you are skilled at playing any musical instrument, or simply singing, you can find plenty of work prospects in the music industry. All you have to do now is figure out how to get through it.
Music therapy is an excellent technique to address a variety of issues and emotions that arise in our daily lives. Music helps our brains function more quickly and keeps us calm during our regular routines. Music is one of the most powerful tools for expressing your emotions. Every style of music, whether vocal or instrumental, is full with sensations and emotions that are difficult to convey in plain, ordinary words. Whether you are a music fan or not, music is the ideal medium for expressing your feelings of love, wrath, joy, or passion. It is often said that when words fail, music is the greatest option.
Music is enjoyed by people of all social strata; it brings mental serenity and alleviates a variety of pains and sorrows. Doctors and psychologists benefit greatly from music when treating their patients. It aids in calming the patient’s mental and behavioral states. Have you heard the birds chirping, the water running, the tree leaves rustling, and the wind blowing; Everything has melody in it, and it is a gift from God. Our minds grow calmer and more at ease when we hear these natural noises. We forget about our troubles and leave them far behind when we are in the presence of nature. Music assists us in coming to grips with ourselves and discovering our true selves.
Music has the ability to alter the structure of the brain. It provides people with fresh opportunities to communicate and move. Several studies have shown that music therapy can help to regulate the heart’s breathing rates. It aids in the treatment of cancer patients. Music is an effective treatment for a variety of psychological disorders, including depression and anxiety. Music therapy can be beneficial to children with developmental difficulties. Music should be an essential aspect of education, according to Plato, a prominent Greek philosopher. He emphasized three types of disciplines in his educational program, namely:
- Mathematics for the development and training of our brain;
- Gymnastics for the development and training of our body;
- And last but not the least, music for feeding our soul!
In the end, all I want to say is that music, in whatever form we listen to it, has the ability to improve the quality of our lives, regardless of whether we know how to play an instrument or not. It also aids in the transmission of a message of peace and brotherhood across national borders. So, my request would be to make music your permanent companion and “Make Music not war”. As a result, music assists us in connecting with our true self, which is our soul, and we begin an inward trip to the soul when listening to good, calming music. I am grateful to those musicians who, via their lovely tunes, allow me to cope with my lows and rejoice in my highs.
This is all I have to say today; hope you all have a great time.
Thank you all.