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How music influences our lives

  1. Cultural music examples
    1. Relationship between music and culture
    2. Cómo se refleja el contexto histórico y la cultura en los géneros musicales o en las canciones
    3. How music influences our cultural identity

Cultural music examples

Composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist Ani DiFranco has had a lot of artistic freedom during her career, in part because she founded her own record label, called Righteous Babe, she is a well-known supporter of many social causes.

Abbey Lincoln (1930-2010), was an American jazz vocalist, composer and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions. She was an advocate for black civil rights during the 1960s.[29][30][29][30

While women have been underrepresented in the jazz genre as instrumentalists, composers, writers, and bandleaders, there have been many notable female singers. Bessie Smith sang both blues and jazz. Lena Horne first appeared at the Cotton Club as a teenager. Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday were known for their ballads during the swing era. Shirley Horn sang jazz and blues. Nina Simone sang jazz, folk and Rhythm and blues. Etta Jones sang blues and jazz. Anita O'Day was known for her contributions to the Bebop style. Betty Carter sang during the post-bop era. Mary Lou Williams was a singer and pianist during the swing and hard bop eras. Sarah Vaughan is known for singing in the Cool jazz era. Other notable singers include Rosemary Clooney, Diane Schuur and Flora Purim. Contemporary jazz singers include Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Melody Gardot and singer and bassist Esperanza Spalding. Esperanza Spalding h

Relationship between music and culture

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Cómo se refleja el contexto histórico y la cultura en los géneros musicales o en las canciones

En este artículo se analiza la relación entre los recuerdos traumáticos y las habilidades para afrontarlos. Los recuerdos traumáticos son difíciles de integrar en la historia vital del superviviente y pueden interferir significativamente en el funcionamiento social, educativo y laboral. Desde un punto de vista psicopatológico, se distingue entre recuerdos normales y traumáticos. Se analizan las habilidades de afrontamiento adaptativas para hacer frente a los recuerdos traumáticos, como la evitación cognitiva, la exposición terapéutica a los recuerdos traumáticos o el perdón. Pero también existen afrontamientos desadaptativos, como la nostalgia, los sentimientos de odio y venganza o las conductas autodestructivas, que deben tenerse en cuenta para explicar las dificultades de recuperación en algunos pacientes. Por último, se examinan las estrategias cognitivas de regulación de las emociones y el papel de la resiliencia y el crecimiento postraumático en algunos pacientes para hacer frente a los recuerdos traumáticos. Se comentan las implicaciones de este estudio para futuras investigaciones en este campo.

La memoria es la capacidad de fijar, conservar y evocar las vivencias que una persona acumula en su vida. Sin embargo, la codificación de la información no es casi nunca como una grabación fotográfica. Los recuerdos no constituyen una reconstrucción, sino una representación del pasado. La importancia de la memoria radica en que nos permite relacionar el presente con el pasado y proyectar hacia el futuro nuest

How music influences our cultural identity

Throughout human history, music has had diverse connotations and functions. Besides being a language, a vehicle of expression and communication, it has also been an art that has reflected the concordant currents of religious and philosophical thought, contemporary to its creation, which has revolutionized its formal structure and endowed its meanings with a polysemic and dynamic conception, without excluding any sound phenomenon, natural or cultural, created by human civilization.

Since ancient times, the benefits of its interconnections have been empirically verified. The idea of mind-body unity originated in the 6th century B.C., and the Greek physician Hippocrates said that "The forces of nature that we carry within us are the true healers of disease" (Gaynor). So the practice of music is one of the necessary aspects for physical balance. In ancient Greece, Music was given the "capacity to impose itself on the éthos of an individual or a community, and was attributed not only the power to educate, but also the power to corrupt" (L. Colmer & B. Gil).

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