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
We use a musical ear, and, very accurate, constantly. Without it, we wouldn’t recognize people by their voices. But we can tell a lot more about our interlocutor by the voice. It allows us to determine the mood of the person we are talking to, whether we can trust them, and much more. Nonverbal, that is, non-verbal, characteristics of speech sometimes give us much more information than spoken words.
Is it possible to say that someone does not have a musical ear? Of course not! Every person who has learned to speak independently has a musical ear. Continue reading
Musical hearing is a set of abilities necessary for composing, performing, and actively perceiving music.
Musical hearing implies a high degree of subtlety of perception of individual musical elements or qualities of musical sounds (pitch, volume, timbre), as well as functional connections between them in a musical work (fret sense, sense of rhythm, melodic, harmonic, and other types of hearing).
Among the various types of musical hearing that are distinguished by different characteristics, the most important are: Continue reading