Why Did Humans Invent Music?

Concert-goers cheer as they watch the performance by 2 Chainz during the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California April 13, 2013.

Until the hot tub time machine becomes a reality, the answer to that question will remain as mysterious as the true identity of the ’60s garage band ? and the Mysterians.    Nonetheless, academic minds are always trying to come up with a theory. Charles Darwin believed music was created as a sexual come-on. His idea is given credence by the universally acclaimed song of the summer, “Blurred Lines.” (Note: The link goes to the Jimmy Fallon version played with toy instruments and is suitable for work.]     Other theorists believe music was an attempt at social glue, a way to bring early humans together into a close-knit community.…MORE  for sarasinart

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