Argumentative Essay On Musical Music

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Warm greetings to those who have found this time capsule. Encased in this time capsule are ten handpicked and meticulously decided pieces of music that represent the musical culture of the classical era until the 21st Century. Brought to you by the decisions of a group of musical professionals are a pieces that will captivate you into the history of the western world. Before intricately contriving a list of musical pieces, my group and I brainstormed the process of fabricating the list. We wanted to thoroughly digest individual suggestions to guarantee the decision would impeccably satisfy the curiosity of future people. Suggestions of musical pieces were carefully chosen by taking into consideration the many attributions of each piece. One …show more content…
Deciding on the popularity of each song was probably were we had the most difficulty due to personal attraction; we often compared how a single piece could give each of us different emotions and thoughts. To conclude the debate we would take a vote for how popular the piece was which proved efficacious because if a piece was truly popular then almost everyone would 've known about the piece despite individual taste. We also debated on how well a certain piece could represent a cultural period since all our members had their own understanding of each cultural period. Arguments within the group was only one of the challenges my group and I faced along with the responsibilities of securing the list that would be sent to the …show more content…
While elucidating each piece, I will go in chronological order. The first piece on the list is Fur Elise by Beethoven. Adding Beethoven to our list was essential because he was a significant influence on the culture, even in the 21st Century; *Mozart even stated that Beethoven would be a great composer in quotes, "Keep your eyes on him; someday he will give the world something to talk about." Can 't Help Falling in Love by Elvis Presley is the second piece because Elvis was acknowledged as The King of Rock and Roll for an abundance of decades. The piece Can 't Help Falling in Love was chosen because it genuinely depicted the simplicity of love during the 1960s; *my mother influenced me to suggest the song to my group when she claimed that the definition of love was beginning to blur in the 21st Century. Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley, I Want to Hold Your Hand by The Beatles, Man in the Mirror by Michael Jackson were included in the list due to how marvelously they could represent the style of music in the 1970s to the 1990s and the fact that these artists were surpassingly worshipped during their time. The next pieces are all part of the 21st Century, but represent different genres. For the heavy metal area of music my group and I chose Snuff by Slipknot. For pop music we chose Baby by Justin Bieber,

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