Imagine the world without music – no concerts to attend, no singing or whistling, no tapes or CDs, no music in movies, no marching bands, no dancing, no hymns, and no organ at baseball games! Without music our world would certainly be a bleak place. Music is perhaps the most abstract and sublime of all the arts. It is capable of transmitting an unbelievable amount of information to us. Music is important to the quality of human life.
Translate this page
Jack Bell: My Thoughts
- What Makes A Great Museum? (We Asked The Insiders)
- The Greatest Literary Fraudster In Our Time (So What Is Fiction Anyway?)
- What Will The Internet Of Things Mean For Theatre?
- We Have A Complicated Attitude Towards Poetry. Why?
- We Live In A Public Time. So What Is The Role Of Public Intellectuals?
- This Startup Says It Can Help Artists Painlessly Protect Their Copyrights
- Three Ballerinas Talk About The Reality Of Dancer Wellness
- Why Did Google Delete A Literary Critic’s Blog? (And What Does It Mean For The Rest Of Us?)
- The Troubled Relationship Between Creators And Fans
- The Startup For Warehoused Hollywood Scripts
- How’s It Going With The New Times Square Rules For Characters?
- OK, So Maybe Damien Hirst’s Work *Didn’t* Release Harmful Fumes
- The Struggle Is Real: Theatre Artists With Disabilities Want To Find More Of A Place Onstage
- Soprano Marni Nixon Was The Voice Behind So Many Actresses (Who Couldn’t Quite Reach The Notes)
- Have Priceless Cultural Artifacts Disappeared From A Honolulu Museum?
- The Dancer Turned Broadway Star Turned ‘Chorus Line’ Member
- Apply Now: The International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management (ILPVAM)
- The Man Who Quietly Made Art Happen In The 1960s
- The BBC Reveals Its Detailed Plans For Broadcasting If The Cold War Had Turned Nuclear
- Moving From Stage Crew To On Stage At Tanglewood