Music for Brain Power: The “Mozart” Effect

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What is the “Mozart effect”?

A set of research results indicate that listening to Mozart’s music may induce a short-term improvement on the performance of certain kinds of mental tasks known as “spatial-temporal reasoning”.

The “Mozart effect” is the popular idea that listening to Mozart makes you smarter, or that early childhood exposure to classical music has a beneficial effect on mental development.

However, listening to music doesn’t make us more intelligent, even though it can help improve our ability to manipulate shapes mentally. On the other hand, a few star jumps or drinking coffee should work just as well.

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TRACKLIST

Mozart – Piano Concerto N. 21 Mozart – Symphony N. 40 Movt 1 ( 05:32 )
Mozart – Eine Kleine Nacht Movt 2 ( 13:03 )
Mozart – Marriage of Figaro “Overture” ( 18:05 )
Mozart – Violin Sonata K378 Rondeaux ( 22:32 )
Mozart – Horn Concerto Number 3 K447 Movt 2 ( 26:35 )
Mozart – Clarinet Concerto Movt 2 ( 30:54 )
Mozart – Magic Flute Opera “Overture” ( 37:51 )
Mozart – Piano Concerto Number 23 Movt 1 ( 44:59 )
Chopin – Preludio 4 Op. 28 ( 55:45 )
Chopin – Preludio N. 15 “Rain Drop” ( 57:48 )
Chopin – Preludio Op. 28 N. 7 ( 01:03:19 )
Chopin – Studio Op. 25 ( 01:04:09 )
Chopin – Notturno Op. 9 N. 1 ( 01:06:33 )
Chopin – Notturno Op. 15 N. 2 ( 01:11:47 )
Costantini – Sonetto in re b ( 01:15:06 )
Costantini – Berceuse ( 01:18:50 )
Costantini – Lindos ( 01:22:44 )
Enchanted Piano – Heaven ( 01:28:22 )

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