Singing roads 🎶
In a number of developed countries, there are so-called "music" roads. These are sections of the route with grooves of different depths, located (across the direction of the road) at…

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Music medicine
The healing effect of music on living organisms was noticed at the dawn of civilization. Pythagoras was the first to evaluate the therapeutic effect of sounds. By the way, he…

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Types of singing voices
Many novice vocalists are often interested in the question of what their voice is and what it is called. Today we will try to understand this important and relevant topic…

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Interesting about the music

Music affects our brain much more deeply than any other human experience.Let’s look at some interesting facts about music.

Music helps premature babies

Children born too early need a long hospital stay in order to gain the right weight and get stronger. To speed up this process, many hospitals have resorted to the use of music. A team of canadian scientists has found that playing music to premature babies can lower their pain sensitivity and improve their eating skills, which in turn helps newborns gain weight. Hospitals use music that mimics the sounds of a mother’s heartbeat and uterine movements to lull babies born prematurely. Continue reading

The effect of music on water: the ennobling and destructive effects of sounds

Every moment a person is surrounded by millions of sounds of different keys and types. Some of them help him navigate in space, others he enjoys purely in aesthetic terms, and others – do not notice at all. But over thousands of years, we have learned not only to create musical masterpieces, but also destructive sound effects. Today, the topic of “the influence of music on water” has been studied to a certain extent, and it will be very interesting to learn something about the mysterious world of energy and substances.

EXPERIMENTAL DISCOVERIES: MUSIC CHANGES THE NATURE OF WATER

Today, many people know the name of the Japanese scientist Emoto Masaru, who wrote the book “Message of water”in 1999. Continue reading

Sergey Lemeshev-Great tenor of Russia (p1)
At the Bolshoi theater, Sergey Yakovlevich often performed on stage when Boris emmanuelovich Haikin was at the console. Here's what the conductor said about his partner: "I met and performed…

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The sounds that feed the brain with energy (p1)
"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…

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Music and hypnotic state (p2)
The scientist concluded that a musical tempo equal to 60 beats per minute increases the so-called alpha activity of the brain, which is associated with relaxation, by 6%. At the…

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What is rock and roll, the history of rock and roll
Rock and roll Rock and roll literally stirred the youth of America in the mid-50s of the last century. And then the whole world. And while young men and women…

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