Music Black and White
Music Black and White
You must play the white and black keys together!

The Power of Music

The power of music is largely under estimated by many people. While most people love music in one form or the other, many non-musicians fail to notice the following…

Music is Mathematical!

Music is Physical Education!

Music Dance
“Just dance it will be ok!”

Music is a Foreign Language!

Music is Science!

Music is Art!

Music Life
The Professor Philp Pose


Music is all of these things but most importantly music is love.

Because people dance, the world shines brighter. Because we play our instruments we recognize the beauty in the world. Because we sing we have more love, more compassion, more gentleness, more good and more reasons to live.


In conclusion…

Always remember that “Good music has no expiration date!”  The best way to showcase the power of music is to keep it alive. I do not know if I will ever be able to thank music for what it has done for me. Music is not just what I do it is who I am. My advice to all reading this post…When you play your music, you shine so keep shining. When you dance, you glow, so keep glowing. When you sing, you smile so keep on smiling. Last but not least, when you write music you open up the heavens; therefore, let the melodies from heaven rain down on all of us forever and ever. Amen!

Blog post conceived by: Terron Singletary

Terron Singletary is a talented vocalist and accomplished pianist. He is currently a graduate student at William Patterson University majoring in Music Education (Class of 2018).  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Kean University.  As a performer, Terron has performed at many venues including the Newark Symphony Hall, NJPAC, and PNC Bank Arts Center.   He also shared his music talents in television shows such as “The Late Show with David Letterman” and “American Idol.”  His performances have earned him many awards, including the Bronze Metal for contemporary music in the NAACP’s Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACTSO) and the New Jersey Governor’s Award in Arts Education.  Terron is currently a teacher of music at Burnet Middle School in Union NJ.

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