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Music is a genre of art whose works consist of organized sound events. To create them, acoustic material, such as tones, sounds and noises, are arranged within the range audible to humans. Scales are formed from the stock of a sound system. Their tones can appear in different volume or intensity (dynamics), timbre, pitch and tone duration. Melodies develop from the sequence of tones as well as if necessary pauses in a temporally fixed framework (rhythm, meter and tempo, if necessary embedded in bars). The harmony of several tones (chords), each of a different pitch, gives rise to polyphony, and the relationships between the tones give rise to harmony. The conceptual comprehension, systematic representation of the relationships and their interpretation is done by music theory, with the teaching and learning of music deals the music education, with questions about the musical design mainly the music aesthetics. Music is a cultural asset and the subject of musicology.

"Art is at the lowest level simple imitation of nature. But soon it is imitation of nature in the extended sense of the term, i.e. not merely imitation of external nature, but also of internal nature. In other words, it then represents not only objects or occasions that make an impression, but above all these impressions themselves. At its highest level, art is concerned exclusively with the reproduction of inner nature. Only the imitation of the impressions, which have now, by association with each other and with other sense impressions, entered into connections to form new complexes, new movements, is its purpose." – Arnold Schönberg