Swedish scientists At the University of Gothenburg have found that choral singing prolongs life. Singing along with yoga helps to control the state of the body and improve the work of the heart. Proper singing, especially choral singing, stabilizes the cardiovascular system, RBC reports.
Based on the experiments, it was found that the melody and rhythm of music directly affect the heart of the singer. That is, to get in tune with the music, the heart rate accelerates or slows down, writes the British newspaper Express. Continue reading
The beneficial effect of classical music on a person has been discussed for a long time. Pregnant women are even advised to listen to such music so that the baby develops well and can reveal his talents. And since the 90 – ies of the XX century, there has been simply amazing information about the unique impact of Mozart’s music on the human brain. The unusual influence was called the Mozart effect. Until now, the commissioners are arguing about the nature of this phenomenon. Nevertheless, very interesting facts have already been collected.
The first experiments in this direction were conducted on rats. Continue reading
Night. The fire of ritual fires, dance to the rhythmic beat of drums, the song of the shaman, heated movements of the body in bright clothes…
Even in ancient times, people felt that music and color were magically connected and tried to find this connection.
In the seventeenth century, the great physicist Isaac Newton imposed a light spectrum on the musical octave: the note “do” corresponded to red, “re” – purple, “mi” – blue, “FA” – blue, “Sol” – green, ” La “- yellow, ” si ” – orange.After that, many scientists continued their research. The Russian composer A. N. Scriabin, who had a naturally colored ear, built his spectrum in which the note “do” denoted red, “re” – yellow, “La” – green, “mi” and “si”- blue-whitish, “FA” – bright blue, “salt” – orange-pink. Continue reading