Tribute to Music

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Today is World Music day. The word “Music” immediately connects me to my grandfather who passed away when I was 6 years old. He was fond of listening to music. I realized this when I saw his collection of gramophone records during the renovation of our house. It was strange to find many of his favorite songs are actually there in my ipod. I immediately felt connected to him.

It moves the spirit and connects the world. The biggest example are the football World Cup songs. Whether its the “Waka Waka” or “Un dros tres”, the world moves to it. The moment we hear these songs we think of amazing jerseys, soccer and stadiums full of enthusiastic fans. We may not understand the meaning of these words but the feeling generated by these songs is same for everyone.

Music definitely calms the nerves and releases stress. Sometimes it even takes us to a different world away from our daily hustle and bustle. It is strange the modes of listening to music moved from heavy gramophones to light smartphones, location of devices from tables to pockets but the music remained the same. I am grateful to all the music composers, singers and instrumentalists for creating music to release the stress of our lives.

Happy world music day to everyone.

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