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. Music can help influence the mood or feeling in a place by the way in which it is played. What is a specific example of this that you have experienced? Discuss the experience (what was the song? how was it played? how did the mood/feeling change?). For example, you might discuss an experience at a concert, religious service, or another place where music played a part in creating the mood.

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    This is definitely something that's completely under your interpretation. Different songs have different moods. For example, if you listen to something like Killin' It by Krewella, you're gonna be happier, maybe have a more fierce attitude. If you listen to something like Say Something by A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera, it's meant to give you strong emotions. With that, what's a song that affects you? And how? Does it have a slow feeling or a fast feeling? Generally, slow songs are going to have more meaningful emotions, while fast ones tend to make you feel happy. How did the mood of this song affect your mood? If it affects it, then it did its job. Hope this helps!

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