More to Music than Meets the Eye: The Correlation Between Music and Spirituality
This project is designed to explore the relationship between music and spirituality throughout different contexts such as historical and global/cultural in order to see how that relates to people today. The historical section of the research conducted will cover different perspectives, religions and spiritual movements such as Confucianism, Dr. Sigmund Freud’s opinion of music and the American hippie culture of the 1960s and 70s. This is to explore how the musical and spiritual elements fit together and to give us a very general historical background and context for which we find ourselves today. This is not a complete survey of history up until this point, but instead a brief selection of different ideologies over different time periods. This is to test that even throughout vastly different points and places in history the ideas of music and spirituality have been found to be intertwined in a substantial way.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Dinkle, Sissy. “More to Music than Meets the Eye: The Correlation Between Music and Spirituality.” Master's thesis, Berklee College of Music, 2015. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-contemporary-performance/18.