The Rise

The Rise: a new Musical

In 2016, Graham Lappin sat down at the piano and began writing a song about a young girl sitting on a staircase, watching her Dad at work below in the bakehouse...making tomorrow's bread.

The Rise is a new and original British musical set in Lancashire in 1894 about family, progress and the vital importance of passing it on. A simple story with 7 characters at the turn of the century, showing their challenges and their rise above.

Music is an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color. The tones or sounds employed, occurring in single line (melody) or multiple lines (harmony), and sounded or to be sounded by one or more voices or instruments, or both.

The cultural value of music is substantial, it has been an essential part of human identity for thousands of years and has played a crucial role in shaping the history and ethos of cultures worldwide. Music is often seen as a reflection of a society's core values and beliefs, and it has been used throughout history as a tool for healing, storytelling, communication, and social cohesion. 

The Original British musical set, the Rise plays a crucial role in Preservation of traditions. Music has been passed down from generation to generation, and serves as an important marker of tradition. Each cultural group has its unique musical style, which tells the story of its people and their history. 

Through this preservation, it brings about Connection to heritage. Music can serve as a way to connect individuals to their cultural heritage, providing a sense of belonging and identity. Because there's a cultural heritage, an opportunity for cultural exchange can be made. Music can help promote cross-cultural interaction and understanding, providing a platform for people to express themselves, share their experiences and learn about each other's traditions.

Because music is an essential the Rise ensures they pass it onto others because music fosters development of creativity and self-expression. Learning music can help children develop their creativity and allow them to express themselves in ways that might not be possible through other mediums. Boost self-esteem. Learning music can provide a sense of accomplishment and can boost self-esteem and confidence.

Music also improves cognitive skills. Learning music can help improve cognitive skills such as memory and attention, and can also help with language development and problem-solving abilities.

Also there's additional social opportunities when there's music and the people. Learning music can provide additional opportunities for children to socialize with other children in their age group who share similar interests, providing an additional sense of community. 

Music is an essential part of human culture and can provide many benefits to both individuals and society as a whole. Passing on music to the next generation is vital to preserving cultural traditions and identity, while also helping to develop important cognitive and social skills in children.

However there are many importance of music, both in terms of its effect on individuals and its impact on society as a whole and that is what the Rise, the British musical set aims to spread abroad as they pass their music on. 

Emotional expression. Music can express a wide range of emotions and feelings, and can be a powerful tool for individuals to express themselves and connect with others. The rich values of those who came before a new generation can be discovered through their music. Music can bring about relaxation and stress reduction. Listening to music can have a calming effect on the nervous system, and can help reduce stress levels and promote relaxation.

It fosters creativity and inspiration: Music can be a source of inspiration for artists and creative professionals in many fields, and can stimulate the imagination and encourage new ideas. Cognitive development is another essential part of passing on music. There is evidence to suggest that learning to play an instrument or engage in musical activities can help improve cognitive function, including memory, attention, and problem-solving skills.

Also, the cultural significance of Music is an important part of many cultural traditions and can serve as a way to connect individuals within a particular community or cultural group. 

There's entertainment in music and learning is also taking place. Music can be a source of enjoyment and entertainment for individuals of all ages, and can provide a sense of escapism or distraction from daily stresses and responsibilities. 

Because we need to keep our culture, there's a need to give great support to everyone working towards preserving their culture. The Rise: a new and original British musical set is up on passing on the art of music to the next generation. 

Passing the old on is one means of creating a better version of the old to conform to the present changing state of the society which can build a strong boldness to face the future.

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Lancashire, UK
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
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