• Marmara College
    Music Project

  • By: Derin Sakarya
  • The effect of music on people
  • We know that there are psychological effects of music on people. Even 2000 years ago in Asklepion (a part of Bergama) there were hospitals for rehabilitating mental illnesses with MUSIC!
  • Scientists wondered the psychological effects of music on people and made a test on children. They understood that the children who listen to classic music, has higher IQs than the other ones who don’t listen.
  • There are many kinds of music but scientists claim that classic music has more positive effects on people than the other kinds of music.
  • Probably you have all heard the advice of some people about letting the baby listen to classic music while they were in their mothers’ abdomen.
  • Music inspires, makes the feelings grow up and increase the imagination.
  • Music makes our brain work in balance and so it helps learning.
  • Music makes muscle tension decrease and develops coordinating body movements.
  • Music develops the ability of the brain to perceive the physical environment and to tell the difference between the different objects from the others.
  • Listening to music, following the rhythm and playing an instrument helps us develop our brain and feel relaxed.
  • Music is mathematical and makes the complex ideas to be solved easily.
  • Music lessens the daily stress.
  • Let’s watch a vıdeo about the explosıons lıke the fıreworks ın our braın when we lısten to musıc
  • The negatıve effects of noıse on people
  • Noise is a very big problem these days and effects all kinds of living creatures. It is proven that high volume noise can give our ears permanent damages.
  • Noise effects psychological problems too. For example tiredness, tension, fear, uneasiness, discomfort and headaches.
  • We are talkIng about musıc so Lets contınue wıth Johann Sebastıan bach
  • Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the baroque period.
  • He enriched established German styles through his mastery of counterpoint, harmonic and motivic organisation, and his adaption of rhythms, forms and textures from abroad, particularly from Italy and France.
  • While Bach’s abilities as an organist were highly respected during his lifetime, he was not widely recognised as an important composer until a revival of interest in his music during the first half of the 19th century. He is now generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time.
  • According to American experts’ researches, listening to Johann Sebastian Bach helps us to ease the pain.
  • ınterestıng ınformatıon About
  • He has 20 children.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach went totally blind four months before his death in 1750.
  • Even if he didn’t go abroad,his music was effected from Italian and French music.
  • He has more than 1000 pieces of music.
  • Most of Bach’s music were written by his second wife, Anna Magdalena.
  • Thanks for watchıng!
  • I hope you have understood the power of the music.

    References:

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