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Submitted by Allegra over 1 year ago.
Pachabel's canon in D always motivates me to do good deeds without an incentive. I know this is small but, I listened to it before I went to the grocery store. While there, I saw this little old woman reaching for some tortilla chips on the top shelf. I saw her and tried to help but they were just out…
Submitted by Mackenzie almost 2 years ago.
I was bullied and i was called a boy and it really hurt me so when i listned to one direction i would remember and when i was getting bullied i would remember one direction along with a few other artist and bands so thank you one direction for getting me through a tough time
i love this
chris 28 days ago from cf
I love all genres. Country, thrasher, screamo, dubstep, hiphop, pop, rap, 80's, 90's...anything really. Music has always been like a friend to me. I could relate to it.
David Who? 5 months ago from Nebraska
lol and i love music and i would like to be like Martin Garrix
harry knox 8 months ago from london
My husband and I are folk music singers, and we perform songs that have been in existence in some form or another for hundreds of years! It is the music of the people, of their joys and struggles and ordinary moments. Music is a part of our humanity, an expression of our most raw emotions that go beyond words. I believe music is truly great when it is an honest, authentic expression of those emotions.
Kat 9 months ago from Florida
Because I have composed symphonies, concertos and string quartets, I have a deep connection to the idea of Great Music. The goal is human joy. Joy is both a perception of and a response to beauty. All Great Music contains beauty, a beauty which is recognized across cultures and across centuries. This is why most Pop Music cannot be considered "Great". Most Pop music is tied to one decade or two decades. Bach's music still gets us going 300 years after it was composed. We can only create Great Music when we look into ourselves, and find joy, and learn to express our joy.
Charles Roland Berry 10 months ago from Seattle, WA
I LOVE THIS QUOTE IM A SINGER MYSELF AND THIS IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
dfjalkdf over 1 year ago from jdflkajdf
Just want to know if it is Randy Travis who sings that song in the values commercial Devotion. Regardless. I would love to buy it. I love music that touches my heart and soul. Thank you
Cynthia Miller over 1 year ago from North Carolina
I love music. I love being at a concert when tens of thousands of people are singing a song back to the artist in unison. It restores my belief that the human race is capable of great and positive things. To me, it is hope personified and exemplified. It speaks directly to my soul and will often bring me to tears; to see so many people act in peaceful unity. Music is such a powerful motivator.
Amy Evans over 1 year ago from Macomb, MI
Joe almost 2 years ago from Folrida