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Wait, You Can LEARN About Music?!?

Posted on the 11 October 2013 by Audiocred @audiocred

Throughout centuries of time, people have loved and made music. Adults who had already learned the rudiments or even mastered music shared their knowledge with those who wanted to learn about the subject. As instruments were developed, people learned to play them well, and then taught others to play them beautifully.
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Throughout the medieval age to the present day, music education has been taught to children and adults who wanted to learn. Music, music composition and the arts were a huge part of the Renaissance. Music schools were established, and children were taught at schools and at home to sing and play one or more instruments. The importance of music education continued through to today, and now music is taught in schools to children in every stage of learning. Institutions of higher education institutions teach music and offer degrees in the subject.

In the world at large, many types of careers are available in the field of music such as performing, composing and recording as well as teaching and selling. The industry is mushrooming constantly. Because music is big business, many people who are interested in a career in the field seek a degree. Various options are available to obtaining education in the subject such as an online music education degree (bare with me, they can in fact be worthwhile). These options are marketed on television, radio and on the internet. Printed materials like magazines provide advertisements for degrees in music.

The music industry as part of the entertainment industry does experience highs and lows based on the economy. However, almost everyone wants music in their lives, and careers in the field continue to remain successful even during hard economic times. Music education continues to increase in popularity as a degree choice. Having the edge of a degree provides the means for further possibilities in the field of music besides just performance and selling. Acquiring skills for producing, composing and marketing as well as education is attractive for those who are looking to obtain a music degree.

The trends for endless possibilities in the music industry should continue on into the future. Even during future lows in the economy, those with a degree will find some means to keep going with their music career. Considering the stable growth of the music industry today, music education should continue to be popular with those seeking degrees in the coming years.

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