Preptober 2019: Music Impacting Verden

Hey y'all!

Yes, I know, second post of the day, but this was a really quick one and I was behind anyway.

Today's Preptober prompt is...




I'm going to stick with just Duventoliel at this point, but this probably extend to the rest of the world too.

Music is, for all the cultures, a means of relief. It's entertainment. It's a way to pass down stories. It's great for teaching math, believe it or not.

I guess music impacts Verden the same as it does in any other world?

How does music impact your world? 

Scribbingly yours,

Catherine

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  1. Music is mostly used to cast spells I believe in one of my stories, it is used by one of my main characters when making a potion, and I think Tess (my MC) might used it for elvish spells...

    That's cool that music is used as a way to teach math in your world!

    -Quinley

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    1. Oh interesting!

      Believe it or not, I believe it was the Greeks who first put that idea out there. I wonder if there is a correlation between a better music program and math scores at schools....

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    2. That's super cool that your magic system uses magic! :D A music-based magic system is something I'd love to employ in one of my worlds someday. ^-^

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    3. Ooh, that would be an interesting study to see.

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    4. By sheer coincidence, I found this article this morning which relates to what I was talking about: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/the-chords-of-the-universe?utm_source=pocket-newtab

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  2. I loved reading your answer, and I'm so looking forward to reading more throughout the month! :D

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  3. I haven't even thought about music in my story. Great answer!

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~ Catherine