Music Is by lloyd moss

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Music is magical. Whether it is fast or slow, loud or soft, haunting or uplifting, music makes our world a richer place. Some people dance to it, some write, play or sing it, and others just listen. Music's power is that it touches everyone in different ways. It can be enjoyed by a crowd or by one person alone; it can mark grand occasions or bedtime.

We're so used to having music in our lives that we may not always notice how it affects us. In this lilting tribute, Lloyd Moss and Philippe Petit-Roulet lead us to think about how different the world would be if we didn't have music.

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Lloyd Moss is a host of WQXR, the classical music radio station of The New York Times. Phillippe Petit-Roulet is an artist for The New Yorker.
Published May 12, 2003 by Putnam Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Children's Books.

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His emphasis, however, is on their affinity for music, whether they are playing it, dancing or singing, or simply responding to the beat of a marching band.

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a Violin) delivers an uncharacteristically flat opener: "Music fills our lives with magic;/ music is a wondrous thing./ Music bright or music tragic,/ music makes you cry or sing."

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Some genres place a premium on innovation and progression and that's great, but one of the unintended consequences of that emphasis is that a lot of great, veteran artists get pushed out of the way.

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Nick Moss & The Flip Tops are nominated in the following BMA categories: Album of the Year, Instrumentalist of the Year- Guitar (Moss), Band of the Year, and Traditional Blues Album of the Year.

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