Music has the power to unify people, strengthen bonds, and if various researches are to be believed, even cure ailments. The magic of music rings true to all the souls in the world, with a few having the skill to create songs of their own, while most of us reverberate in the bliss they create.
But according to recent studies, it has been found that any individual who can create sounds can also develop a singing voice of their own. We might not become opera singers with their wide ranges and powerful voices, but all of us, with practice, can acquire the capacity to sing most of the basic songs. And isn`t that the best news ever!
Music is so thoroughly annealed in our lives that it plays in and out, all day; starting with us singing the latest beats of, `baby ko bass pasand hai`, while we shower in our bathrooms, to us crooning to the soulful music by Arijit Singh on our car radios, as we rush to our work, and even still when we return to our homes and take our places to rewind with the help of Kishore Kumar serenading us with, `ek ladki bheegi bhaagi si`.
Not to forget those nights, which must be too far in between, but are imprinted in our memory as one of our best nights, if only because we had taken up the challenge, not to mention, shooed away our embarrassment, and taken to the stage to indulge in some fun Karaoke! And despite everyone saying we didn`t sound horrible, wouldn`t we all love to hear thunderous claps welcoming us as we exit the stage.
Singing is a passion for all. We need not be the best at it, but it still provides us with satisfaction and the desired respite from our routine schedules. And so, vocal music is a hobby which all of us can partake in, if not to become professional singers, then surely to indulge ourselves in some fun with other talented people. Because music is like the air we breathe. It is all around, even when not seen. And we need it just as we need the air, to live and survive in the humdrum world. For at the end of the day, our souls are whistling the same song, `Gata rahe mera Dil`!