Love for Music, Music for Love

Words often fail to fully express one’s love , so let music do it for you.

It is an undisputable fact that music has the power to stir emotions, including love.

The words of the late Duke Ellington,
“I never had much interest in the piano until I realized that every time I played, a girl would appear on the piano bench to my left and another to my right.”

And as Jaco Pastorius harshly put it,
“I’m not here to raise hippie consciousness, I’m here to wet some panties.”

Not actually what I had in mind, but nonetheless helped prove my point on the power of music in love.. :D

So the next time you fall in love, and all efforts fail, consider letting music do the job for you.

I have yet to have a girlfriend, or wife, to convey my love. But I have a cute little sister, who you’ve just gotta love.. She loves music, as much as she love the mirror.. :)

So this is the little present I made for her..

What do you think? Would a girl be happy to receive such a present?? Opinions would be very welcomed, especially from female readers.. :)

Other Recommended Fun Reading:

Sex and Lyrics

Sex and Piano

4 Comments

  • Music 2 Work 2

    Reply Reply November 10, 2007

    I don’t know that a “musical gift” is going to result in a natural progression to true romantic love and/or sex. But, I do think music composed or played with a particular person in mind is a fantastic gift.

    As a female, and as a partner in Music 2 Work 2, I know from experience that having special music composed for you can be a wonderful expression of emotion, caring, friendship and love. The composer of Music 2 Work 2 often writes a musical piece with someone special in mind – for a birthday, an expression of caring during an especially difficult experience in their life, or as a tribute to someone who has been especially important to him in his own life. To know that a musical composition was done with only you in mind can speak louder than words and express a depth of feeling and caring that no words could adequately convey.

    If you visit the Music 2 Work 2 web site, you will find many of the compositions are titled with people’s names. In fact, when composing a piece for a special person or event, the composer will often utilize a method he has devised of taking a set of numbers, specific to a person, couple or occasion (birthdates, meeting date, age, etc.) to set the tempo and the time signature of the compostion, and applying a “Top-Secret” algorithm. This makes it very personal, and very special.

    So, in response to the question asked in “Love for Music, Music for Love,” I think your little sister or any girl would be thrilled with your gift of music. It may not hold the “magic power” to find the love of your life or win a woman’s undying love and devotion. But I think music can be a wonderful, personal, caring, unique and special gift for anyone who holds a meaningful place in your life.

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