We listen to our favourite music over and over again. some new tune, at first, might become toe-tappingly likeable after a few hearings and it will be added to our favourite playlist.we listen to our favourite music over and over again.We stop listening for few days or a weeks and again we play it then It feels like our ear and whole body become active at the moment. Our brains show more activity in their emotional regions when the music we are listening music does seem to be a potently mind-expanding tool in its own right.
We might have music listening experience while travelling and it seems breathtakingly good ,we covered long distance unknowingly .so, distance dosen't matter if we have music as substitute.
It is hard to define music.Instead of asking: ‘What is music?’ we might have an easier time asking:
‘What do we hear as music?’ there is vast difference between listening to someone speak and listening
to someone sing . segment of sound is heard as music .it also distinguished by the objective characteristics
of the sound itself. And a remarkably large part of the answer could be: ‘I know it when I hear it again.’
people report liking them more the second or third time around.
The play counter application reveals just how frequently we listen to our favourite tracks. And if that’s not enough, tunes that get stuck in our mind seem to loop again and again. In short, repetition is a prevalent feature of music, real and imagined. In fact, repetition is so powerfully linked with musicality that its application can dramatically transform apparently non-musical materials into song.
Some times it seems like illusion ,This illusion demonstrates what it means to hear something musically. The ‘musicalisation’ shifts your attention from the meaning of the words to the contour of the the patterns of high and low pitches and its rhythms and even invites you to hum or tap along with it. In fact, part of what it means to listen to somethingmusically is to participate imaginatively.