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06 Oct 2008, 2:58 pm

Music alsways boost my imagination its like im more spaced out as normal and i only hear soothing sounds (well metal is soothing for those who like it ;))
anyway music is a huge source for everything while listening music i can badly increase my sporting-power and i also have more persistant its like some
sort of unexplainable energie source that boosts you up in a sudden some other people have bether prestation in things while listening music?


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06 Oct 2008, 4:41 pm

Music is emotion in its purest form. I can feel every emotion by listening to the right kind of music, and if I feel an emotion from another source, I imagine a song playing to go with it.

As for imagination, different music inspires my imagination in myriad different ways, but in most cases, most of that imagination is just an attempt to use the emotion.

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06 Oct 2008, 5:14 pm

I love the different emotions I can sample from listening to music. (Unemotional person here.) It also calms me. I actually tried listening to tech death at school to see if it would still relax me, and it worked. :lol:
Rarely while listening to music I'll get random melodies I don't recognize to pop up in my head, usually Romantic-era sounding on violin or cello. Last time it was in E minor... Much more often, I'll see interesting pictures and landscapes. If I know the lyrics to a song they are usually relevant to the meaning. A recent favorite is a vivid image of a playground in a park in the evening/late afternoon, summoned by The Frolic by Current 93. (One of several nice images from that song.)


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06 Oct 2008, 10:35 pm

I am not a musician nor can I play any instrument but I find music interesting because the series of notes in a piece that comprise a tune are frequently played twice in succession at the outset to establish a platform for exploring variation that can be interpreted as emotion or merely as an interesting series of sound interactions based on the introductory melody. Vocal accompaniment can, of course, set an emotional pattern but unfortunately, especially in the more violent modern pieces, the intensity of the sound and the high emotion of the singer frequently makes the words impossible to understand.