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I have tried to enliven music melodies and have said that ornamental gold has remained Gold, even if it has receded in the wings, but Platinum is brought into the forefront, in the process of electronically modernizing music instruments and rhythmic melodies, tonality, cadence, mode, pitch, and timbre by way of new music trinket.
Musical fill will enliven reader’s memory bank as sometime earlier in life. This book contains headings of old songs engraved in our long term memory recall span, some movies that remain in our subconscious, and few tunes that tell us basic difference between lively atmosphere and noisy blur.
Present day music is drastically transformed. Is it due to perceptive changes in tendencies? Tendency to earn quick buck, proclivity to spend a lot of time in ‘Wish List,’ predisposition to become skilled fast, rapidly grow to be famous, tendency to undermine another’s qualities, over estimate friends, with very impatient and enticing propensity to be wanted now, et cetera.
Good artists having no other source of income must be happy and must worry to survive at a time when talent fails to ‘call the shots,’ and funders and lenders rule the world of music.
Artists must give that which a money-spender wants; otherwise, ‘he is not selling what the lender is buying.’ A great artist also cannot compose a song in Raag Yaman Kalyan if the producer wants it to be like a Dream Boat.
This is final and determinative aspect of change in music as witnessed in present times.
We are the best judge of type of music we like and millions of references cannot make someone fall-in-love with a song of Mukesh or Frank Sinatra and Bob Marley if one is not originally inclined to enjoy that type of music.
With present day loud and noisy music, a modern composer is likely to present “A Lover’s Complaint” in dancing motion that may take out original Shakespearian flavour from electronically organized mathematical beats.