Do you love music that makes you want to jump? Light, lively, happy or sad – Fire music will make you feel… something!
Let the Five Elements set your music appreciation on fire and find your own Sound of Music inside of you!
Join Leta and Jaye as they explain the inspiring, driving music of the Fire Element.
“Fire music is lighter, it’s livelier, it’s boppier, it’s up and down music. And most Fire music is… happy music… because I’m happy!”
- What is Fire music energetically? – Up and down music
- Genres that tend to be more Fire – Pop, Caberet, Motown and Disco
- Fire dancing – bouncing on your feet, jumping up and down, dancing for joy, arms up in the air
- Fire singers: Whitney Houston, Katy Perry, Barbara Streisand, Janice Joplin, Natalie Merchant, Bette Midler, Sarah McLaughlin, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Freddie Mercury, Roger Daltrey, Robert Plant, David Lee Roth, Elton John, Adam Levine, Chris Martin. Cat Stevens, Jerry Garcia, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Drake, John Mayer, Justin Bieber, and Charlie Puth.
- How the second Element affects Fire music
“We’ve got it that Fire music is happy, but sometimes… It’s happy until it’s not. Because sometimes Fires have heartache. You know, all that love… wearing your heart on your shirt sleeve, eventually you’re going to get heartbroken. And then the music is melodramatic.”
“So getting fired up is not the same as when wood gets pumped up, there’s a difference. So when you get pumped up… ‘I want to pump you up!’… it’s more like your fighting spirit is engaged, and if you’re pumped up and jumping, it’s more like an athletic event.”
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