Music Instruments Evolution - Cris Torres

The theme of my art gallery is Music Instruments Evolution. I will be showing you pictures of how the style of music instruments evolved from times before to the times being used now and how different artist choose to play there music instruments. 

This picture is showing a musician giving music lessons to a student on a specific instrument, most likely the instrument chosen by the student.
Every artist has an instrument of choice that they like over any other. Some artist can play more than one instrument and some can't. It all depends on what the artist likes.
A lot of instruments evolve over time but there is some that will always stick around no matter what for example all of the ones shown on the picture; Piano, Gutiar
Part 1: A part of every instrument in the world there is music notes that come with them. Music notes are what make the instrument have perfect sounding rhythms notes.
Part 2: Music notes have been around as long as instruments have. Music notes can vary from a lot of different things like what instrument is being played, what type of genre, or even the tempo.
A stage where instruments are being played live is very important. Stages can sometimes change the sound of an instrument in a good way or bad depending on the size. And depending on the instrument.
Instrument collaboration is one of the most beautiful sounding things in music. As you can see in the picture there is 4 different instruments being played together.
In this picture there is a musician playing the flute for another person in front of them. This could be a music lesson or a rehearsal before a show.
Instruments can vary from all different types of genres, religion, or even location. It all depends on the taste of the artist.
Music is everywhere in the world. It will evolve over time but no matter what music will always be around. Based on what your taste is you choose and pick what you like to listen to.
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