Musical Memories

Written this week for

  1. Do you choose to play music that matches your mood? I don’t really play music that much, but I do like to listen to music on the way to work. If I am stressed, I can sing a rock song and feel a bit better.
  2. Do you ever use music to change your mood? No, but certain songs make me smile.
  3. Do you use music to relax or to fall asleep? No, I tend to have complete silence to fall asleep.
  4. When do you like music with lyrics versus instrumental music? I prefer music with lyrics, because I connect to it more.
  5. Does music distract you if you are trying to concentrate? No, I find it soothing.
  6. Do you like percussion arrangements with no other instrumentation? It depends on the music.
  7. Do you listen to classical music? No.
  8. Do upbeat rhythms make you want to get up and dance? I loved dancing when I was in my twenties, so I like rock, pop, and anything with a good beat.
  9. What music grates on your nerves? Acid music.
  10. Neuroscientists from the UK deemed this song the most relaxing song tested to date. It is said to reduce anxiety by 65%. What do you think? Some songs make me cry, some make me laugh, so yes, I agree it can reduce anxiety. When there are patients with dementia or Alzheimer’s, which help them gain back memories of their children, which they could have forgotten.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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