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  1. What is music? What purpose does it serve? Can it be objectively understood? I play guitar and write my own songs. I've thought about music quite a bit over the years, and my starting point has been the idea that music is essentially an auditory re-creation of reality. Much like language, it probably began onomatopoetically, through simple singing that mimicked sounds in nature, like the melodies of bird calls or the rhythms of footsteps. Clapping and basic instruments were probably invented to accompany singing, and thus a whole art form was established, perhaps as a means of remembering
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    Anna Calvi

    Hi Everyone, I haven't posted here in a long while, but I thought I'd get started again by sharing an extraordinary new artist I learned about. Her name is Anna Calvi and, well, I'm going to let her music and performances speak for themselves... These songs are from her debut album, Anna Calvi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb9fAs1AfIM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qobdDWvV9cM These tracks are from her new album One Breath https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnhdFOHrix4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZug1q9ns0I I encourage anyone who's interested to listen to the ent
  3. Hello, I have recorded these musicians on the street. Many of them I don't know how to contact, but I know where they (used-to) play. Maybe some of you have seen them. I have created public tip jars for them. If we can collect a good amount of money in them, it will be worth the effort to find these people and deliver it. https://propster.me/...utube.com/watch More street musicians: https://propster.me/...rummer ensemble How many times have you walked by a street musician, and wish you could give him props in a better way than a quarter? Propster is exactly like that, it is mone
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