The soundtrack of our lives

We are born, we grow old and then we die, but as the saying goes, “music alone shall live, never shall die”. Music is one of the ways that many cultures use to pass on their ideals, ideas or simply preserve their human culture. It is not limited to time, ethnicity, gender or age and is a fun way for family members to come together.

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Music can energise or relax you, help you to express yourself, help celebrate your faith with praises or simply help you to remember experiences or events from the past. Music is also a powerful tool that can affect our mood, hence it is wise to always use this avenue to improve our attitude, thoughts and way of life and not nurture or harbour resentment and pain. Music can be a joy and is a great avenue to learn to forgive and let go.

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We all at some point in time had a musical instrument that was either bought for us or passed onto us by a loved one. These may no longer be of interest to us but it can still bring joy to someone else. Should we have instruments that we no longer use, these can donated to charity or volunteer services groups, they will definitely be well appreciated.

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Many cultural heritage are dwindling due to the constant change and modernisation in technology. We no longer need to purchase an equipment as these are now readily available to use on a notebook or iPad. I must agree that the results and feeling of such is not and will never be the same as playing the real thing.

Now is the time to get in touch with our heritage. Visit the musicroom today and save 20% on a wide selection of instruments and festival favourites such as Mumford and Sons:Sigh no more,

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John Legend: Once Again, The Rolling Stones: Guitar Anthology and Best of Beyonce just to name a few.

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With a wide genre to choose from, visit wow HD and relax to your favourite sound of music.

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