Accentual Feelings: Pham Duy πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

The Titillating Of Emotions Through Accents In PHAM DUY'S "Hat!" πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

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The accentuating of certain notes invokes certain feelings. Just imagine having your skin poked, within a particular way. Imagine being moved into thinking and experiencing that there are certain ways of moving. No one can deny how your feelings and emotions become when the grinding down, hitting, and sparkling upon certain emotions take effect. Have you ever felt that tingling effect? A certain note (and the voice carrying it) comes your way, and a sensation feels your skin.

Accents of notes and languages are meant to demonstrate the significance of a specific part within the song. Whether it’s ascending or descending, the accent becomes even more clear. Things happen to move within a particular mystery, which has never been experienced, before. One of the most euphoric blessings of accents is its ability to move through those spaces, within our deepest psyche, which seems stifled. Accents hit the parts, which have been number, emotionally. Therefore, before we go any further, let’s feel those points in song, of sound. Feeling them that we remember the life, within.

Pham Duy

https://alchetron.com/Pham-Duy-Ton
https://youtu.be/ch5IYe6PKLI
https://open.spotify.com/track/6pEK3oLYs4WrHhwfpX7mPI
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