Tunes those always keep me alive...

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Without music, life would be a mistake” ― Friedrich Nietzsche

We all love music but our taste, our choice of music is completely different. I have never seen a single person who doesn't love music, everybody loves to listen to music. When I was 5 years old my dad introduced me to the world of music but somehow I didn't continue my journey. But I was connected with the music world for almost 8-10 years and then I stopped my music journey...


I started my music journey learning classical music. I had a harmonium and I used to practice a lot, in fact, every morning or evening. I had a music teacher also who taught me how to play the harmonium and introduced me to classical music.

Nobody believes that I used to sing, honestly speaking I was not a bad singer and I also sang on C scale to. Now I forgot everything but I guess I still know how to play the harmonium. My dad's biggest regret is why I left/stopped singing and still he complains about it. I can understand his feelings because he always wants me to sing.

I also went to the music school where I learned Rabindra Sangit and Nazrul Sangit. Rabindra Sangit is basically songs written by Rabindranath Tagore and Nazrul Sangit are written by Kazi Nazrul Islam (our National Poet). When I was 8 years old, I introduced myself to the Folk songs of Bangladesh but as I have mentioned I stopped singing later.


Nowadays if I tell anyone that I used to sing, either they laugh or they just give me a shocking look which expresses it's hard for them to digest. My voice has been changed a lot, I can't sing now publicly but I am still a bathroom singer. I love Bengali music though now I don't listen to them at all. When I was 10 years old, I fall in love with Bollywood music which is actually Hindi music. I still hear Hindi music but I am not a crazy fan now because the world of music has been changed a lot.

When I was a teenager, I heard Dream Threatre for the first time and came to know the world of the Metal band. I can't sing English music but still I can understand the beat, tunes, and melody.

Now I don't do research, I just heard trending music and create my own playlist. Time has been changed drastically, I can relate my 5 years old journey till now. Not bad at all, if those incidents never happened I would have continued my music journey. People laugh at me when they see my playlist, I don't mind honestly. Because now I don't focus on music...

I am a creative person and on that note I need music, I love music. I respect other's tastes as well but I prefer my music playlist more. Maybe some songs are 10 years old but who cares...

I listen to all types of music except one... I can't digest thrash metal music. I also don't understand Rap or Hip-hop at all though I listen to them. I just need lyrics in front of me before listening to them...

“If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.”William Shakespeare


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