Composer’s Job Seems To Be Changing After The Inauguration Of Donald Trump As The 45th President Of The United States

By Johny Smith on Jan 29, 2017 11:38 AM EST

A new America began on January 20, 2017, the day that Donald Trump has been inaugurated and became the 45th President of the United States succeeding Barack Obama. Trump's term in office is set to end on January 20, 2021, and he is suitable to seek election for a second term. And that come up the idea of the composers with regards on their job to be changing in the new administration.

Many composers said that the main characteristic of this new America is something amazing that we have seen beginning this year. Via media, the target of the new president is the composers, who are capable of promoting ideas and are creative thinkers.

It is not just on the composer's job, but also in every creative person. There are lots of talks lately about opposing prejudice and injustice in the world. Although it is alright to oppose violence in a way of developing one of the vital things which are on a convincing military tactic, the crucial response of resistance to violence is creation, says Arts Journal.

Composers strongly believe that creation is the ultimate opposite to destruction. Creation is the ultimate form of opposition to violence, which simply means constructing a building or composing a piece of music.

According to New Music Box, Journalism and art are basically the composer's ability about revealing the truth on their best. It is very important in an age wherein the very legality of total truth is being brought to question, and also in an age where the nation need much cleansing, especially if the warning signs of corruption are there.

Composer's job has now changed. According to some American composers, previously their profession was important, but now in the Trump administration, it is existentially vital. Most violent sounds known to humanity will be heard by American composers over the coming years, they said.

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