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|Author||Topic: I HATE .....M U ......|
|posted: 6/6/2005 at 2:31:33 PM ET|
I HATE MUSIC DONT KNOW Y BUT I DO !!!
HOW AGREES WITH ME !!!!
I JUST FIND IT CONFUSING AND SOOOOOOOOO
BOARING !!! HOW CAN ANYONE LIKE IT !!!
TELL ME WHAT DO YOU THINK ???
|posted: 6/6/2005 at 3:30:26 PM ET|
You NEVER listen to the radio or CD player? You don't like top 40 or hip-hop or metal?
|posted: 6/6/2005 at 9:35:08 PM ET|
Let me put it this way, My wife and I discussed what we'd rather have, sight or hearing, and I prefer hearing, because I love music so much. A person can always find a way to get around even though blind, but a deaf person can never hear music. I have three cousins who were deaf from birth, so they don't know what music sounds like, although they can feel the vibrations and even dance by following the rythem of others, but I've already experienced the beauty and magic of music, so I don't want to lose that. I always think about Beethoven losing his hearing in his later years, and how horrible it must have been to write music and not be able to hear it anymore. There has to be something out htere for you to listen to. Music is everywhere you go, stores, Dr's offices, elevators,trains, planes, cars, TV shows, churches, and countless other places. You'd have to be deaf to escape it. Relish your senses, and use them all to their full potential! Keep searching all the different types of music, I'm sure there has to be something you can enjoy. You don't have to get it to enjoy it. We don't need to know the whole history of pizza to like it, and it's the same with music. Good luck.
I am a fragment of my imagination
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|posted: 6/7/2005 at 4:53:11 AM ET|
Imnidiot, that's nicely said. I just want to make a few corrections. What about those blind people whose lives used to spin around art or something?
And Beethoven heard it all "in his head" and was able to be musical even without a hearing.
|posted: 6/7/2005 at 8:28:23 AM ET|
I don't understand how you can hate music so much. I'm in agreement with the other posters.
Music is everywhere it you think about it. Walking down the street has rhythm, even the ice cream truck has a cheerful tune. How do you avoid hearing the jingles used in advertising or - guess I'm having a difficult time putting into words how music surrounds us. Can't imagine what it would be like without it.
Do you ever hum a tune, or whistle or just listen to bird song or the sound of children laughing in the playground. There must be some form of music that you enjoy, there's so much to choose from. Give it a try, can't hurt.
|posted: 6/7/2005 at 9:34:22 AM ET|
Do you hate Music itself or just Music Theory?
I can understand not liking Music Theory because it's not the easiest thing in the world. But not liking Music itself is inconceivable.
|posted: 6/7/2005 at 1:23:47 PM ET|
Hi Horn Supremacy,
Couldn't resist answering your post. I finally gave up trying to learn music theory. I've taken two courses meant for beginners twice and got nowhere. In both cases I was the only real beginner. The others had some musical background and were able to catch on.
My teacher said that she teaches theory along with the lessons, and I'm probably getting something out of it without realizing it.
I love music and dance and a singer with a good voice. But theory - bah humbug.
|posted: 6/7/2005 at 3:40:27 PM ET|
I'm not surprised to hear that your teacher mixes in some theory with your lessons - I can't imagine anyone really getting involved with any instrument without learning at least the basics of theory.
Beyond that, only the real fanatics truly enjoy theory!
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