Music entertains, educates and informs. While it has been around for a long time music has gone through a number of changes that range from the instruments used to the style of composition. To help you out, here are some of the ways in which music has evolved over the years:

Read more: Taking a Look At The Differences Between Old And New Music

Should I Practice Between My Music Lessons?
Assume you have weekly piano lessons. You have 6-7 days to revise the material covered in your lesson. If you do no practice how prepared will you feel for your next lesson?
Suppose you have a lesson each fortnight: you will have 13-14 days to revise and progress before your next lesson! And twice the time to forget the material covered.

Read more: How Much Is Too Much Music Practice?

It looks like hearing your favorite music can instantly place you in a great mood. But researchers are actually finding that music can perform more for you personally than simply raise your spirits.
Scientific studies are showing it features a number of health advantages.
Fresh research from Austria finds that hearing music might help patients with chronic back discomfort.

Read more: Why Hearing Music Is Paramount to Good Health