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Do You Use Music to Create a Mood?

In last week's Glee episode, April Rhodes pops in a CD at Mr. Schue's home, setting a pretty sad mood when they bust out their cover of Barbra Streisand's medley song "One Less Bell to Answer/A House Is Not a Home."

Besides maybe blasting some upbeat music to get in the Spring cleaning mode, I don't use music a lot to add to the atmosphere of my place. But I've noticed when others do it — such as my mom playing Italian music while preparing for a dinner party or friends that always have classical streaming in the background — it completes the home's package, in the same way that lighting, paint colors, or furniture would. How 'bout you?

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heatherhas heatherhas 6 years
Funny you should ask, I am doing just that right now! I usually put on "soundscapes" when I am home cooking or cleaning to set a more relaxing mood. We play top 40s when friends come over. And I love playing holiday music, especially when it was traditional Irish music for St. Patrick's Day!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
Yes, especially for a social event. Personally, I prefer old-school jazz music.
skigurl skigurl 6 years
hmmm well a little - i, like you casa, always play loud, fun music to get myself in the mood to do something like clean or prepare to cook a large feast but when people are over, we usually do play country music in the background because it's fun and upbeat i just never really thought too much about it before...music is just nicer than silence
skigurl skigurl 6 years
hmmm well a little - i, like you casa, always play loud, fun music to get myself in the mood to do something like clean or prepare to cook a large feastbut when people are over, we usually do play country music in the background because it's fun and upbeati just never really thought too much about it before...music is just nicer than silence
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