Classical Music Influences Our Body's Vital Movements

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Music of any genre or style that originates from a sincere and pure motivation, empowered not by the energies of one’s self, but rather by something greater, exists beyond time, culture, or history. ‘Classical’ music includes many principles that define the true meaning of the value of the classical sounds of music. Detail of the compositional structure and other technical aspects contribute to the most seemingly insignificant nuances. The structural integrity and balancing utilizing of tones create a linear timeline of the composition. Classical music affects us not only on an emotional level but on a neural level as well. Listening to classical music enhances the activity of genes involved in the release of dopamine. In addition, the…show more content…
This ability is important for generating and conceptualizing multi-step problems. The purpose of this experimental study was to investigate the effect of "The Mozart Effect: Music for Children" collection on the social, cognitive, and physical development of five and six-year-olds. The music of Mozart was introduced into the children 's environment as a sensory background for the standard curriculum because as children grow, their social, cognitive, and physical skills can be enhanced by their relationship with music. Many researchers have studied young children because their brains are in the process of developing. Young children are also innocent and are incapable for fully understanding the study being researched, therefore they do not have the capacity to control or manipulate the study.
The study showed the effect of classical music on young children. Young children who listen to music regularly demonstrate better development than those who do not. The study focused on the development of kindergarten children; twenty-one children were exposed to classical music in their classroom setting, while the other twenty-one children were not exposed to music at all throughout their time in the classroom (Mattar et al., 2013). These young children range from five to six years in age. Young children who listen to music regularly demonstrate better
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