Music Music comes from your heart, and your heart is important.


Some interpret "heart" to be soul, "Music comes from your soul," which is a phrasing that makes the second part, "and your soul is important," of this partial syllogism more readily apparent. I'm supposing that the conclusion to this major and minor premise is, "Therefore music is [equally] important." Music has always been thought by many to be both a spiritual communication and a universal communication, the music of composers such as Mozart and Bach display this readily, even though perhaps their lives have jagged parts. The current construct of "heart" denotes the seat of emotion rather than the seat of divine unity. When music is thus seated in the emotions, the premises are modified slightly in that emotions may be negative as well as positive--so music from the "heart" can uplift and just as readily as it can expose angst, turmoil, suffering, estrangement and other negative emotional experiences.

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