Both are beautiful! Art is visually profound, the colors, shapes and the brush strokes can create a positive or negative emotion as you observe closely. Music on the other hand, can instantly make you feel something from the moment you hear the first note and the arrangements of instrument. The way music is composed is no different than a painting or a fine dish. They both produce emotions, it can be positive or negative.
If it is a symphony, that means it is probably classical music with more harmonic tones. I go for music but only if it is a symphony.Art is very subjective. I like old Dutch masters but can't start anything with surrealism paintings.
16th.-17. th. Century painters from the Netherlands
Technically music is art, just a different kind.But to answer the question I suppose that depends on whether or not you are more of a painting or music person.
Both. I’m listening to amazing jazz right now
Jazz is pretty great.
Both are meaningful, I'm a musician and vocal producer, so I gravitate toward music but it doesn't mean I don't find art any less meaningful.
Do you know Schoenberg?
The composer? I heard of him. But never really listened to many of his pieces.
I'll take a listen in a bit. I'm working on a cover song right, but I'll take a look. ;)
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Both... Artists express their talents in different ways and you can't say the one is more meaningful than the other because both are art and come from the heart of the person and done with All their efforts
What made you choose that username?
A song by Ariana Grande with the same title
Ask a blind person. And then ask a deaf person.It is entirely subjective. I, as a musician, see greater meaning and artistry in (for example) the prelude to Bach's Cello Suite 1 than in Slaughtered Ox by Rembrandt, but many people may disagree with me.
Music is art, but if you want to split hairs I would say music is more meaningful to a blind person and visual art would be more meaningful to a deaf person. As a musician though I would have to say music is more meaningful 100% but my opinion is biased of course.
As a musician and a music teacher I'd definitely go for music. But that doesn't mean that I think those who choose art are wrong; well, not that wrong anyway.
Music can make you feel more emotion than any piece of artwork can.Music has the ability to influence mood and impacts parts of the brain for better or for worse depending on the tone of the music. It can also be used as a form of communication.
Both are beautiful. They are almost synonymous with each other. For example a movie is a piece of art in my opinion and a great movie is often followed by a great soundtrack.
But music is art. Maybe not visual, but certainly vocal or instrumental. I can't live without music. I got over 1,500 songs on my phone / computer
Art can speak words, there's no doubt about that. However, music has inspired me throughout my life. I'd definitely say music is more meaningful to me.
MusicIt's a lot more powerful and is used as a mass brainwashing tool
First, both are art and beautiful, second.Second it depends of your primary sense but in both cases, I love to dream.
Music, most art is just some shit that someone threw together.
It’s more of a question of what do you not need your eyes or your ears? I’d rather have my eyes.
Music is a subset of art. Art itself is general term for all kind of creative activities like dance, acting, architect, etc.
For me it's musi, coz I can feel the emotions much easier and it creates an impact within
For me music IS art
Music is an art.
To me, it's more the music.
Music, but that might he biased as I'm a musician
music over Art
Apples to oranges
Music by far.
Music is auditory art. Paintings are visual music.
Music hands down
Which is better a bucket or a cauldron?
Both are good
music is art, but I get what you mean, It varies person to person, music is more meaningful in my life
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