It Is Not Too Late! Your Dream Of Having The World Hear Your Music Is Still Possible!
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It is never too late to make yourself happy. It is never too late to live and improve the quality of your life. People are only happy when they feel the motion of time and when they have the possibility to create in the flow of this movement.

With every small creation we feel the ability to change something in the world, to influence the development of ancient history and to be a creative part of this history. It is always a magnificent feeling and it does not matter how old are you.

Any person should follow their dreams. What should you live for? Someone may think about family, parents, children, friends or gaining profit in any affair. Although you can cope with habitual problems you can not be happy without revealing and developing your inner world, without making yourself as a personality. You will never be self-sufficient and self confident if you are not happy. What else can make a person happy if not a tiny little step on the way to your dream? You may barely have enough time to implement it in your real life but at least you will know that you have tried. For sure you will have results which can make you happy.

Music is a unique kind of art. It is a language that combines emotions, sounds, motions. Other kinds of art influence one side of perception – eyesight, hearing or tactility. Music combines every sense. Music identifies the movement in time. The frequency of sounds can change our body cells. It is the language of gods that survives through time.

It is never too late to continue to chase the incarnation of your dream to become a professional musician. We can’t but mention Ludwig van Beethoven, Giorgio Moroder or Arthur Rubinstein.

The most prominent example is Ludwig van Beethoven who was a German composer and pianist. He could not stop writing being totally deaf. He just could not imagine his life without music that filled every day of his life. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classic and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. Around 1796, by the age of 26, Beethoven began to lose his hearing. He suffered from a severe form of tinnitus, a "ringing" in his ears that made it hard for him to hear music; he also tried to avoid conversations. The cause of Beethoven's deafness is unknown, but it has variously been attributed to typhus, and even his habit of immersing his head in cold water to stay awake. Over time he wrote his Testament, a letter to his brothers which records his thoughts of suicide due to his growing deafness and records his resolution to continue living for and through his art Over time, his hearing loss became profound: at the end of the premiere of his Ninth Symphony in 1824, he had to be turned around to see the tumultuous applause of the audience because he could hear neither it nor the orchestra. Beethoven's hearing loss did not prevent him from composing music, but it made playing at concerts—a lucrative source of income—increasingly difficult. After a failed attempt in 1811 to perform his own Piano Concerto No.5, he never performed in public again until he conducted the Ninth Symphony in 1824. Around 1814 however, by the age of 44, Beethoven was almost totally deaf, and when a group of visitors saw him play a loud arpeggio of thundering bass notes at his piano remarking, "Ist es nicht schön?" (Is it not beautiful?), they felt deep sympathy considering his courage and sense of humor (he lost the ability to hear higher frequencies first).

These examples will never stop inspiring people who know the worthiness of music.

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