‘Music and Personality’ A Study of Cultural Musicology Based on the Art of Music in the Socio-Psychological Deck
- Personality development,
- Exposure of emotions,
- Social psychology,
- Cultural exchange
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Music is unique among Arts. From the genesis of humanity, it has a strong history. Beyond the boundaries of Arts, music has certain characteristic capabilities which enable the mankind to develop and modify its intrinsic quality. In the beginning it grew along with emotions of mankind. With the growth of science and mental maturity, it has been restricted into the frame of ‘Art’. Music cherished itself accordingly to the accepting capacity and laws of the society, for ages and operated the doctrine is a fact in the history. This article concentrates through an inter-disciplinary approach on the influence of music in the personality development of human beings as the universal research fields are multi-facet.
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