Music is the art of arranging various sounds in sequence to create a specific composition over the different components of harmony, melody, rhythm, and timing. It’s one of the most universal artistic aspects of all cultures. Music composers are those who arrange musical sounds into meaningful compositions like songs, choruses, or rifts. Music is made up of sounds and pulses of many different frequencies, each of which has its own distinctive timbre and quality.
Music has a number of different meanings depending on the culture from which it came. For example, in ancient Greece, music often referred to the rituals performed by the priests or the initiated. While in other parts of the world, music is considered to be the beat of the soul, a celebration, or a warning. While in India, music is considered sacred songs are sung to ward off evil spirits, while in the Middle East, children are taught musical instruments as toys to learn good manners and discipline.
Among all the musical instruments in the world, none is more well-known or more widely used than the flute. In the Western world, the flute is most likely associated with the banjo. A stringed musical instrument that produces a low humorous sound, the flute is played by plucking with the right hand or played by strumming fingers. Flutes come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, but they generally have four to five tubes that produce different octaves. The oldest known flute is dated back to the 17th century in Germany.