The music and the brain

March 21, 2010 at 12:17 pm | Posted in Music and health | Leave a comment
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The music and the brain

Now we will see where is the sense of music activity in the brain.
The deep area of the brain, is receiving the harmony of sounds, and gives emotional meaning to these vibrations.

The sounds of nature and music dielectric stimulate brain activity, extending the work of the hemispheres.
Certain rhythms and sequences codifies the left hemisphere being more active at work and having to share the encoding with the right side which is the ordering forms, times, duration of the cadences, which detects different rings.
The ear in what respects to sensory stimuli accounts for 50% of brain stimulation.

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