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Music in dreams does exist beyond our physical world while our eyes are shut out from external stimuli in favor of internal ones. The increase in stress, anxiety, fatigue, and the decline of our hearing ability brought about by a lifetime of immersing ourselves in the intensity of cacophonous environments and the repetitive, incessant, and dissonant music in our daily lives take us away from our ability to recall our music in dreams.

Music in dreams is a musical encounter that occurs during sleep.

Typically, the most common observable quality of music in dreams is its melodic nature. In other words, the melody is the basis of it and is usually easily remembered in a wakeful state. To test this hypothesis, take any melodic piece from any musical genre and listen to it. Afterwards, you will likely remember mostly the melody, and not the rhythm and/or the harmony.

It is important for the dreamer to be able to remember the melodic line, whether segmental or the whole melodic piece, while in a dream state. If the dreamer is astute enough, they should be able to recreate or reconstruct the entire musical piece afterwards. With the melody from the dream, it is possible to recreate or reconstruct the rhythm and harmony based on the melody. Additionally, the dreamer may be able to tailor the melody with words or lyrics or something in between, making something out of it. Music in dreams may sometimes have words, but unfortunately they may vanish upon waking. That is why an undistracted dreamer might be able to remember the music in dreams when in an awake state, due to its distinctive melodic quality.

Dreams featuring music are usually experienced while one is asleep in a dream state, and can be unpredictable and out of one's control. It may not happen when you expect it to, but when it does occur, it is best to be prepared and try to remember it.

When dreaming of music, the musical experience may seem so familiar and you may feel as if you are somehow captivated by the whole dream event. The sounds of the music may seem to be all around you, and the arrangements and the auditory phenomenon of the music may not seem to be of this physical world. Unfortunately, in many cases, the dream event and the musical encounter may suddenly disappear or sometimes fade away, leaving you unable to remember the whole or part of it upon waking up.

Further observations indicated that the music may be part of the dream theme, setting, or story. It could be sung or played melodically/instrumentally, and serve as an accompaniment or background music of the dream event, similar to a music soundtrack or score in films or movies.

There are no direct or undisputed answers to this at this time. Generally, it is important to be mentally and physically sound, both when awake and when asleep, in order to be able to hear, remember, and transcribe the music from your dreams in any form. Additionally, a healthy lifestyle, with a diet rich in nutrients from whole plant-based foods, and proper hydration, will help to maintain overall well-being.

When you hear music in your dreams, you may become deeply immersed in the dream experience. If you attempt to remember your dream by writing it down, memorizing it, or even feeling it with all your senses while you are still dreaming, but then find upon waking that your efforts failed—as there is no written or recorded physical manifestation of the material you attempted to document—this is the beginning of a challenge. Remember, all of this is happening while you are asleep and in a dream state. Don't be discouraged if you don't succeed right away; keep trying until you get the hang of it.

Some suggestions have been considered to help you remember your dreams. To ensure that you are not distracted while asleep, try to keep your room quiet - turn off your alarm clock, radio, TV, smartphone, etc. Additionally, make sure that you are not bitten by mosquitoes or any other flying insects while dreaming. Have a notepad and pen, a handheld recorder, and a bedlight at hand by your bed, so when the sparks of inspiration come, you will be prepared to jot down your dream encounters without having to fumble around in the dark and risk forgetting what you just dreamt - as most sparks flicker and die off suddenly.

Having a music workstation, music keyboard, musical instrument, or any other object that helps you recall your musical experience can be useful. Doing so could give you a better chance of remembering and sharing the music in your dreams.

Here are some of the experiences of music in dreams, without further delay.


Dream researchers observed that it is normal for music to occur in dreams. Humans have a general capacity for dealing with complex acoustic representations, such as music, in their dream state, as well as representations of other aspects of life such as language, art, philosophy, religion, science, medicine, mathematics, etc. These life representations have been present on earth for many reasons, and humans often attempt to reverse-engineer the justification for them. As a result, these justifications, as with music, often do not stand up to scrutiny.


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