Monthly Archives: January 2019
“Some sounds are just as effective as a couple of cups of coffee,” says Alfred Tomatis, an outstanding French expert in the field of hearing research.
This means that we can use music as a tonic.
Since the time when humanity first created music, it has served its daily purposes. Lullabies, war songs, sea songs — the list is as long as the history and culture. Continue reading
Brain scans have allowed scientists to reveal how years of music practice change the brains of professional musicians.
So, it was shown that the brain of musicians in certain areas has much more nerve cells. Professor Gottfred Schlaug examined professional musicians and 15 people who had nothing to do with music using the NMR method. Both groups were represented by men. 4 brain regions of musicians contained more gray matter than the brains of non-musicians. All 4 zones are usually associated with musical abilities. Continue reading