They’re Playing Our Song
Framing the Soundtrack of Our Lives
Music plays an important role in our lives. Maybe you fondly recall the music that your parents played as you were growing up, or the music you listened to while doing homework. Dick Clark once said, “Music is the soundtrack of your life.” Much like art, music speaks volumes; it is personal to each person who hears it. Thanks to custom framing, you can enjoy your favorite songs visually, too! Vintage sheet music and vinyl albums often have striking visuals that invoke nostalgic memories. Let us help you create a beautiful framed display for the soundtrack of YOUR life.
Music is much more than notes on a page. Louie Armstrong knew the joy it brought into our lives when he said, “Music is life itself.” Do you know what else it does?
Who Said That?
- “Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music.”
- “The only truth is music.”
- “Where words fail, music speaks.”
- “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
- Bob Marley
- Hans Christian Andersen
- Jack Kerouac
- Ronald Reagan
Answers: 1-d, 2-c, 3-b, 4-a
“For me, songwriting is something I have to do ritually. I don’t just wait for inspiration; I try to write a little bit every day.” – Sean Lennon
For some, the music comes first, others start with the lyrics. Either way, poetry is a song yet to be. Frame the original lyrics or verbal inspiration for your favorite song.
“Most people die with their music still locked up inside them.”
― Benjamin Disraeli
Show off the music that brings you to life! Bring it to us with a song in your heart, and we’ll show you the possibilities!
Did You Know…
Music Boosts Brain Function?
- Music is one of the few activities that utilizes all of the brain. Studies have shown dramatic results in Alzheimer’s patients when listening to music. It stimulates pathways to the parts of the brain that are still healthy.
- Playing music increases the ability to concentrate and trains mental and physical memory. It awakens connections in the brain because you have to think faster than the instrument can play, practice frequently, and recall lyrics, chords, notes, etc.
- Studies have also shown that students who are active in music classes score higher on tests, particularly in Math.