Music of Sub-Saharan Africa BY CiCiBhabii Music is significance of Sub-Saharan Africa and today in the 21 century it is an important aspect of our everyday life. Todays society Just as in comparison to Sub- Saharan music is used for a wide variety of things such as songs to recount history or songs praising leaders. African music is relatively related to dancing Just as it is today. Some may say it stimulates our brain for instance when you here our favorite song played on a radio you automatically start to dance as if it was a reflex.
African se music for communication Just as many singers do today to express the feelings. Both musicians convey messages or tell stories by imitating rhythms and pitch fluctuations of words. Music in both societies is influenced from an increase in urbanization and as of today technology and access to radio, films, instruments and recordings. As in Africa music making is a social activity that brings everyone together to participate. In life today it is initial base that man are born a sinner. Sin has an variety of faces and has changed to fit many different social expectations.
Anger, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride, and sloth are present throughout human civilization. Although the list of the Seven Deadly Sins is never mentioned in the Bible, the concept has existed since before the Middle Ages. Although they are not named as such or displayed as a set of seven. These sins were used by the early Christians to educate and instruct believers concerning moral weakness of the temptations to sin. William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello is a literary example of how they can slip into our daily behaviors and, ultimately, ruin our lives.
Each of the Seven Deadly Sins is displayed in this classic play, each with tragic or deadly consequences. Reading Othello I follow the characters to their tragic end through wrath, pride, envy, lust, sloth, greed and gluttony. As we can see Othello is an easy prey to his insecurities because of his age, his life as a soldier, and his self-consciousness about being a racial and cultural outsider. Pride, envy, and sloth surrounded Othello throughout this play. Othello’s pride prevents him from finding the truth, which eventually causes him death.