Classical Counts

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The music sways and sweeps itself through the mind of the listener. The piano, percussion instrument, violin and other choice instruments come together to form a musical fantasy. The positive effects of classical music on a person’s mental well-being can be shown through a fetus in the uterus, premature infants, and developing children due to the Mozart effect assisting in providing benefits that positively influence human life. So for an individual to help his or herself or their future child place in a Mozart mix and let the stress stray away and the rhythm and music of classical music seep into the brain’s pores. Classical music can be described as one of the more traditional genres of music. This genre of music helps provide a foundation for a listener to construct a critical interest in itself music. Throughout the years classical music has evolved into other more modern types of music. However it still provides a foundation for other growing genres. Classical music’s design structure is complex and elaborate. This complex structure allows the brain to become prepared for its future ability to solve spatial problems. Some of these spatial problems include solving puzzles and improving retention of information Other genres of music such as rock, hip-hop, rap, and country as well as rhythm and blues, may have similar or opposite effects on the brain and its responses compared to classical music (Bales). The benefits do not only begin by properly selecting the correct type of music but also by allowing the rhythm to seep through the brain’s pores. Two responses that the body has to rhythm become so closely related that each response can become impossible separate. These two responses include first actually hearin... ... middle of paper ... ...enefits of Classical Music.” (2011): 5 April 2011 . Lubetzky, Ronit, MD, et al. “Effect of Music by Mozart on Energy Expenditure in Growing Preterm Infants.” Pediatrics. Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. 125. 1 (1 Jan 2010): 11 April 2011 . “Music and Development.” Ask Baby. (2004-2011): 5 April 2011 . O’Donnel, Laurence. “Music and the Brain.” Brain and Mind. Music Power. (1999): 5 April 2011 Sweeney, Danielle. “The Mozart Effect: Classical Music and Your Baby’s Brain.” Baby Center. (Febr. 2009): 5 April 2011 <>.
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