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Tất tần tật Chủ đề Music IELTS mới nhất 2021

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Music Topics IELTS 

Chủ đề Music là một trong những chủ đề cực kì quen thuộc trong bài thi IELTS Speaking cũng như IELTS Writing Và đây cũng là chủ đề nằm trong 52 chủ đề IELTS Speaking part 1 thông dụng nhất. Trong bài viết ngày hôm nay IELTS tailieu24h.vn sẽ chia sẻ đến các bạn một số từ vựng cơ bản và nâng cao, collocation, idioms và một số mẫu câu câu trả lời mẫu ở phần thi IELTS Speaking part 1 và IELTS Writing Part 2, mời các bạn cùng tham khảo!

Từ vựng cơ bản và nâng cao chủ đề Music 

  • Music genres/subgenres: Thể loại âm nhạc / nhánh phụ của 1 thể loại âm nhạc
  • Melody: giai điệu
  • Rhythm: nhịp điệu (của bài hát)
  • Pop / rock / classical / country / jazz / hip-hop / blues / music theatre / indie / instrumental / rap / folk / popular / mainstream: (các thể loại âm nhạc) nhạc pop / rock / cổ điển / đồng quê / jazz / hip hop / trữ tình / nhạc kịch / indie / nhạc không lời /  nhạc rap / nhạc xưa-quê hương / loại nhạc phổ biến / nhạc chính chuyên đang thịnh hành
  • Tone deaf (adj): không biết về âm nhạc
  • Catchy (adj): bắt tai
  • Tuneful (adj): êm tai
  • Cheer me up (v) làm tôi vui vẻ, hào hứng
  • Live concert/live performance: buổi diễn âm nhạc
  • Be in bad/good mood: tâm trạng tồi tệ/tốt
  • Chill out (v): thư giãn
  • Golden era (n): thời kỳ hoàng kim
  • Musical instrument (n): nhạc cụ
  • Sing me to sleep (v) đưa tôi vào giấc ngủ
  • Lullaby (n): bài hát ru
  • Buoyed up (adj): feel cheerful
  • Podcast (n): tập tin âm thanh về một chủ đề gì đó
  • Listen on repeat (v): nghe đi nghe lại
  • Energetic (adj): tràn đầy năng lượng
  • Choir (n): dàn hợp xướng
  • Ambience (n): môi trường, bầu không khí xung quanh
  • Harmonious (adj): hài hòa, du dương
  • Mellow/light (adj): êm dịu/ nhẹ
  • Pure/bright/vibrant (adj): trong trẻo/tươi sáng/ sống động
  • Dark/harsh/rough (adj): u tối/khó nghe/thô
  • Dull/boring (adj): chán, tẻ nhạt
  • Taste (in music): gu âm nhạc
  • A (massive) hit (n): bài/cú hit lớn
  • Sing along to (v): hát theo
  • Adore/be in to (v): ưu ái, ngưỡng mộ/chìm đắm vào
  • Debut album/song (n): ca khúc/album ra mắt
  • Compose (v) sáng tác
  • Music lover (n): người yêu nhạc
  • adoring fans: người hâm mộ
  • background music: nhạc nền
  • a catchy tune: một giai điệu hấp dẫn
  • classical music: nhạc cổ điển
  • to download tracks: tải các bài hát
  • to have a great voice: giọng hát hay
  • to go on tour: đi lưu diễn
  • a huge following: lượng người hâm mộ
  • live music: nhạc sống
  • live performance: biểu diễn trực tiếp
  • a massive hit: bản nhạc hit
  • a music festival: lễ hội âm nhạc
  • musical talent: tài năng âm nhạc
  • to be/sing out of tune: hát sai giai nhạc
  • a piece of music: một bản nhạc
  • to play by ear: chơi mà không cần đọc note nhạc
  • a pop group: nhóm nhạc Pop
  • to read music: đọc bản nhạc
  • a rock band: ban nhạc rock
  • to sing along to: hát theo
  • a sing-song: một bài hát
  • a slow number: một bài hát nhịp chậm
  • to take up a musical instrument: để có một nhạc cụ học
  • taste in music: hương vị trong âm nhạc
  • to be tone deaf: không phân biệt được các nốt nhạc khác nhau trong âm nhạc

Collocation hay về chủ đề Music (sử dụng trong bài thi IELTS chủ đề music)

  • Boost/pick up/uplift my energy (v): vực dậy tinh thần
  • Hand-eye coordination (n): sự kết hợp giữa tay và mắt
  • Blast out
  • Adoring fans (n): fam hâm mộ cuồng nhiệt
  • Capture (a wider) audience (v): thu hút đông đảo khán giả
  • Easy listening (adj): dễ nghe, phù hợp nhiều loại nhạc
  • Go on tour (v): đi tour lưu diễn
  • Go solo (v): hát đơn
  • Take up the instrument (guitar, piano,…): bắt đầu chơi nhạc cụ
  • Play a piece: chơi (nhạc) 1 ít/1 đoạn

9 idioms siêu chất về chủ đề music

  1. To play second fiddle: đóng vai trò thay thế người khác
    Ví dụ: I thought I’d have more responsibility in my new job, but I’m just playing second fiddle to Victoria.
  2. All that jazz: những điều tương tự
    Ví dụ: The teacher said I was lazy, that I needed to study more, and all that jazz.
  3. Blow your own trumpet: nhấn mạnh về sự đóng góp của bản thân
    Ví dụ: Sometimes you have to blow your own trumpet to get proper credit for your work.
  4. Chin music: những cuộc nói chuyện phiếm, không có ý nghĩa
    Ví dụ: Can you guys please be quiet? Your chin music is distracting me from my work.
  5. Face the music: giải quyết hậu quả do người khác gây ra
    Ví dụ: I told you not to try to sneak in, and now that you’ve been caught, you’re just going to have to face the music.
  6. Music to my ears: tin tốt
    Ví dụ: News of the new president was music to my ears – she’s terrific.
  7. Ring a bell: khi có những điều có vẻ tương đồng nhau
    Ví dụ: Your description rings a bell, but I don’t think I’ve ever been there myself.
  8. Sing a different tune: thay đổi ý kiến
    Ví dụ: You may say you’re in love with your boyfriend, but you’ll be singing a different tune when you find out what he’s been up to.
  9. For a song: mua/bán với giá rẻ
    Ví dụ: I can’t believe they let so many things at their yard sale go for a song.

Câu hỏi Speaking IELTS part 1 chủ đề ‘Music’

1. Which musical instrument do you like listening to most? (Why?)

My favourite musical instrument to listen to is the guitar. I like the fact that there are different types of guitar, like classical, acoustic and electric. I love the variety of sounds a guitar can make.

2. Have you ever learned to play a musical instrument?

I took some guitar lessons when I was younger and still have a guitar at home. I don't play it much nowadays. I wish I had more time to practise.

3. Do you think children should learn to play an instrument at school?

Yes, I think it's a great skill and it's really enjoyable to be able to play a musical instrument. All children should be given this opportunity.

4. How easy would it be to learn to play an instrument without a teacher?

It would probably be more difficult without a teacher. You need someone to show you what to do and correct your mistakes. You need a lot of discipline to teach yourself.

Bốn essay band 9 cho chủ đề Music

Bài Mẫu IELTS Band 9 Chủ Đề Music số 1: 

Some people say that music is a good way of bringing people of different cultures and ages together. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

It is often said that music has the power to unite and connect people, regardless of their cultural backgrounds or ages. I completely agree with this view, and will give my reasons below.

Music can certainly reach across cultural and national boundaries and bring people together. Perhaps the best example of this would be the Live Aid concerts that took place back in the 1980s, and which were broadcast to a global audience. Two live events were held simultaneously in the UK and the US, and the objective was to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. The concerts were a huge success, both in terms of the number of people around the world who watched them and their impact on international public awareness of the famine. They demonstrated, I believe, that music truly is the planet’s global language.

Just as it transcends cultures, music also has the ability to connect people from different generations. Regardless of age, we can all enjoy a memorable melody, a strong rhythm or a beautiful singing voice, and the best songs seem to have the same magical effect on all of us. This would explain why televised music competitions, such as ‘The X Factor’ or ‘The Voice’, are such popular prime-time shows. These programmes attract incredibly broad audiences because singing and popular songs appeal to children, parents and grandparents alike. I would argue that no other form of entertainment can bring families together in this way.

In conclusion, I believe that music is unique in its capacity to create shared experiences between people, irrespective of culture and age.

(IELTS-SIMON 265 words)

Một số từ vựng chủ đề Music đạt band 8.0 

  • the power to unite and connect people
  • regardless of their cultural backgrounds
  • reach across cultural and national boundaries
  • concerts that took place
  • back in the 1980s
  • were broadcast to a global audience
  • two events were held simultaneously
  • to raise funds for
  • famine relief
  • a huge success
  • international public awareness
  • the planet's common / shared language
  • music transcends cultures
  • different generations
  • a memorable melody
  • a strong rhythm
  • a beautiful singing voice
  • have a magical effect on us
  • popular prime-time shows
  • attract incredibly broad audiences
  • appeal to children, parents and grandparents alike
  • form of entertainment
  • bring families together
  • is unique in its capacity to
  • create shared experiences
  • irrespective of culture and age

Bài Mẫu IELTS Band 9 Chủ Đề Music số 2:

Question 1: Some people say that music is a good way of bringing people of different cultures and ages together. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

⇒ Sample Essay 1:

It is often said that music has the power to unite and connect people, regardless of their cultural backgrounds or ages. I completely agree with this view and will give my reasons below.

Music can certainly reach across cultural and national boundaries and bring people together. Perhaps the best example of this would be the Live Aid concerts that took place back in the 1980s, and which were broadcast to a global audience. Two live events were held simultaneously in the UK and the US, and the objective was to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. The concerts were a huge success, both in terms of the number of people around the world who watched them and their impact on international public awareness of the famine. They demonstrated, I believe, that music truly is the planet’s global language.

Just as it transcends cultures, music also has the ability to connect people from different generations. Regardless of age, we can all enjoy a memorable melody, a strong rhythm or a beautiful singing voice, and the best songs seem to have the same magical effect on all of us. This would explain why televised music competitions, such as ‘The X Factor’ or ‘The Voice’, are such popular prime-time shows. These programmes attract incredibly broad audiences because singing and popular songs appeal to children, parents, and grandparents alike. I would argue that no other form of entertainment can bring families together in this way.

In conclusion, I believe that music is unique in its capacity to create shared experiences between people, irrespective of culture and age.

(265 words, Band 9.0)

Xem thêm: Chủ đề ‘Musical instrument’ Topics IELTS Speaking IELTS Part 1

Từ vựng chủ đề âm nhạc từ bài văn mẫu band 8 + ở trên: 

  • the power to unite and connect people: sức mạnh gắn kết và kết nối mọi người
  • reach across cultural and national boundaries: vươn ra khỏi ranh giới văn hóa và dân tộc
  • transcends cultures: vượt lên các nền văn hóa
  • connect people from different generations: kết nối con người ở những thế hệ khác nhau
  • prime-time shows: chương trình được phát sóng vào khung giờ vàng

Bài Mẫu IELTS Band 9 Chủ Đề Music số 3:

Question 2: There are many types of music in the world today. Why do we need music? Is the traditional music of a country more important and should it be preserved or is international music that is heard everywhere nowadays more useful to a society?

⇒ Sample Essay 2:

Music exists in some form or another in every culture around the world and it provides enjoyment to millions of people. However, some people are concerned that traditional music is being lost because of the popularity of international music.

Without a doubt, music is a necessity. Firstly, music is important as it provides enjoyment and pleasure in daily life. People listen to music to relax at home, to relieve the boredom of long journeys, and to dance in the evening at clubs. Not only this, music is also an expression of culture, often being an essential part of religious ceremonies such as weddings and funerals or yearly festivals. It is also now common in educational development as children learn to play music at school.

In considering which kind of music is the most important, international music is certainly useful to society because it can be argued that it helps us to understand and relate to other people, cultures, and countries as we all listen to the same songs. This has occurred as globalization means Western music is heard around the world. However, it is critical that this is not at the expense of traditional music. It should be a priority to preserve this since it teaches people about their history, and helps societies remember and retain their national and cultural identity.

To conclude, I would argue that one type of music is not more important or useful than another. Traditional music is vital and should be preserved as it is part of a country’s cultural identity, but both are needed as they provide enjoyment to people in different ways.

(270 words, Band 8.0)

Từ vựng chủ đề âm nhạc từ bài văn mẫu band 8 + ở trên: 

  • traditional music: âm nhạc truyền thống
  • international music: âm nhạc quốc tế
  • provides enjoyment and pleasure: mang đến niềm vui và sự thú vị
  • relieve the boredom: giải tỏa sự nhàm chán
  • an expression of culture: một biểu hiện của văn hóa
  • national and cultural identity: bản sắc dân tộc và văn hóa

 

Bài Mẫu IELTS Band 9 Chủ Đề Music số 4:

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some people believe that teaching music in schools is a vital part of growing up and the human experience, whilst others believe that teaching music in schools is a waste of time and resources.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

You should write at least 250 words.

In modern day society, education has become a vital aspect of every child’s life. Educational facilities tend to offer a wide range of subjects aimed at educating children and teaching them various skills. Fundamental subject areas are said to be mathematics, science, languages and physical education. Depending on the type of educational facility, a certain subject might be emphasised, yet these core subject areas are usually incorporated into nearly all educational facilities. Although it is commonly agreed that these subjects are vital for a child’s educational upbringing, opinions differ when it comes to the subject of music. Whilst some believe that musical education is an important part of growing up, others believe that it should no longer be taught in schools, as it is considered a waste of time and resources.

Music falls under the subject area of art, causing it to often be considered as less valuable than other subjects. Typically people believe that learning to express oneself in a creative manner is less important than learning about mathematical theories and scientific facts. Often the opponents of musical education propose that a more rationally-based education will benefit children later on in their lives, as they will be able to perceive and comprehend the logical aspects of life more easily. The supporters of musical education argue that music is beneficial for children, because it offers a manner of creative self-expression. Furthermore, music is part of human culture, as it brings people together and therefore children who study music can obtain a sense of cultural knowledge.

Personally I believe that music should be taught in schools and that it is not a waste of time and resources. I played piano for seven years and believe that this has helped me become a more balanced person. It is important for a child to learn about thinking creatively and to take a break from logical subjects once in a while.

In conclusion, music should be taught at school, because it enables children to express themselves creatively and to learn more about culture and human interaction.

(Band 9 essay)

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