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INTERESTS - Music. Music can bring people joy and sadness. How can we not love music?!

Get sheet music for wedding song, make a heart, take a pic. Would be cute if the rings or the newlyweds were in the heart!

Music Is The Universal Language

red rose petals and a violin so serene so beautiful love lost and mourned

Let your heart sing with creativity Passion is the inspiration for every song ever written. Passion is living creativity: the same electric energy that keeps us alive is the same energy that vibrates sound. We feel the music and the songs speak to us because sound vibration is a universal language and that "unity" is what makes the art of music so profoundly powerful. Passion is to feel that unity both inside and outside yourself every minute of every day which gives you the freedom to feel…

Let your heart sing with creativity Passion is the inspiration for every song ever written. Passion is living creativity: the same electric energy that keeps us alive is the same energy that vibrates sound. We feel the music and the songs speak to us because sound vibration is a universal language and that "unity" is what makes the art of music so profoundly powerful. Passion is to feel that unity both inside and outside yourself every minute of every day which gives you the freedom to feel…

I love music. I love listening to it, exploring and traveling through it, and creating it with voice and instrument. Music is the universal language of man-kind.

Perfect Love Songs, would suit a very sweet Valentines dinner date background music

Nouvelle Vague - I melt with you

The future's open wide. I'll stop the world and melt with you

James Hetfield on Instagram: "Spot the 16 year old kid with his idols. Golden gods awards Tallica dressing room. #SoHappy #MetalLegendsInStereo #CarvedThePathOfMetalForMe #IcantHelpButWannaRiffOutLookingAtThisPic"

A real legends of Rock Rob Halford from James Hetfield from the mighty And the real rocker from heart Lemmy Kilmister from

"The score is not the music."

Scoring Outside the Lines

Score of Baude Cordier’s chanson “Belle, bonne, sage” from XIV century The Chantilly Codex. The manuscript is one of the classic examples of ars subtilior, which requires red notes, or “coloration” to indicate changes in note lengths from their.

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