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- Humanities : Academic disciplines which deal with the human condition and what it is to be human.
- Art : Application of human creativity to existing materials, resulting in a new object or experience.
- Band (musical ensemble) : A group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music.
- Musical instrument : An object constructed or used for the purpose of making music.
- Musical notation : A concise description of musical sounds in symbols, such as sheet music and various digital descriptions.
- Musical semantics : The study of how music conveys meaning.
- Musical syntax : A set of culture-specific rules underlying the composition and interpretation of music and often dance, too.
- Music and emotion : An overview of the intricate relationships between music and emotion.
- Music and mathematics : Add brief definition or description
- : Jokes about music and musicians.
- Music on demand : Add brief definition or description
- Music perception : The study of the neural mechanisms involved in people perceiving rhythms, melodies, harmonies and other musical features.
- Development of music perception in children : Carrying out research on the development of music perception in children anatomic and functional development of the auditory system has to be taken into consideration as well as neuropsychological aspects. As there is evidence that there are overlapping processing resources concerning music and language it is plausible to expect transfer effects between those two domains in any way.
- Music production : Principles of generating sounds and music.
- Music psychology : The study of how, when, where and why people engage in music and dance.
- History of music psychology : Description of the historical development of research in music psychology.
- Music terminology : Add brief definition or description
- Music therapy : The planned and creative use of music to attain and maintain health and well being.
- Pitch (music) : Perceived frequency of a sound or musical tone.
- Sound (acoustics) : The range of frequencies that can be heard by a living organism, particularly by a human being.
- Tone (music) : The sound produced by a musical instrument while playing a particular musical note.
- Note (music) : An abstract representation of the pitch and duration of a tone used in music.
- Classic rock : A radio format usually encompassing the mid-1960s to early 1980s years with an emphasis on guitar based bands such as Led Zeppelin or Bad Company. Since the 1980s, classic rock has also been used to loosely describe a genre of music redolent of the radio format.
- Heavy metal (music) : Heavy metal (often referred to simply as metal) is a popular genre of rock music that evolved in the late 1960s and early 1970s, from heavy blues and psychedelic rock.
- Rock music : A form of popular music with a prominent vocal melody, accompanied by guitar, drums, and bass, usually with a strong back beat, which evolved from earlier rock and roll and rockabilly music styles.
- Waltz : A melody played with three beats per bar, usually in 3/4 or 3/8 time.
- Auditory system : A sensory system used by animals for the processing of sound pressure variation.
- Autonomic and endocrine functions and music : Theory that music has therapeutic purposes by interacting with autonomic and endocrine functions.
- Language and music : Forms of communication that has a number of common neurobiological, evolutionary and formal similarities and at the same time differing in syntax and meaning.
- Origin of music : The evolutionary background of the human capacity for music.
- Vocal learning : The ability of an organism to imitate sounds not inborn to it.
- Human uniqueness : A theoretical concept in evolutionary studies, often used in discussions about the evolution of biological traits found in humans.
- Brain plasticity and music : The adaptations and changes in the brain during learning music formally.
- Musopen : Add brief definition or description