There is doubtfully a sole who doesn’t not know what music is. It’s hard to believe, but side by side with people, it exists for over fifty thousand years! Of course the sound sets used by ancient men cannot be compared with contemporary works of musical art, but once started small. What is interesting, the oldest of musical instruments is the flute. Archaeological finds prove that it is about forty thousand years old.
Pre-Christian music reached its heyday in Ancient Greece, where it also got a name. A large part of Greek mythology was occupied by nine goddesses, daughters of Zeus, who patronized the Arts and Sciences. They were called the muses, but oddly enough, none of them were responsible for the art of sound production. This responsibility was divided between Terpsichore, goddess of dance, and Euterpe, the muse of poetry. Dancing is all clear, but why poetry? The fact is that the ancient Greeks used to recite poems to the accompaniment of musical instruments, as if singing them. The word “Muse”, “music” literally means a kind of professional activity, skill or craft.
Machine Embroidery Design Love Music
Size: 198.4×160.8 mm (7.81×6.33 “), Stitches: 7613
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, .vp3
Throughout its history, humankind has created different tools to extract sounds, has composed melodious songs and entire musical works that have been passed down from generation to generation. The next huge breakthrough happened with the invention of musical notation. It wasn’t immediate, but began its journey of development from the XI century. In those times the main preserver of music traditions of the Christian world was the Church, so no wonder that the monk has the honor of creating the stave.
Now even people, who don’t have special education, are familiar with music notes and a treble clef sign. One look at them starts your favorite tune in mind, even if the score is not the same.
If you are not a musician, but love music with all your soul, machine embroidery design Love Music will work for you. It will look great on white t-shirts, blouses or shirts. As for professionals or students of music schools, this pattern, done in contrasting color, could also be a great decoration for the cover of a musical instrument.