Use of music in 'A Doll's House'
Music as an art of the theater has its roots in primitive ritual and ceremony and its branches in every modern means of theatrical presentation. Its functions are as varied as the forms require and range from being the primary reason for performance, as in opera, to mere noise, filling a vacuum in imagination for some screen and stage presentations.
Theater music is all music composed to govern,
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would help the audience understand the performance better. Drama is always creative. The author only writes a play, and many producers edit it in order to make it 'better' or more effective.
As a reader, if you take in consideration what music could be played when and using some imagination, reading a play in this manner would create more meaning to the overall play, and help the reader understand the true nature of the characters.