Baroque For The Brain Volume 1

Music does affect brain waves, and slower baroque selections from composers such as Bach, Handel, Vivaldi or Corelli can create mentally stimulating environments for creativity and new innovations. Recognizing the value of baroque music in strengthening the brain and promoting peak mental performance, Dr. Nedley has personally selected the music on Baroque for the Brain Volumes 1 and 2 for your health and listening enjoyment.

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Baroque for the Brain, Volume 1
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If you are easily distracted, baroque music can be a very helpful tool to keep you on track. In a three year research study, Maya Ruvinshteyn and Leonard Parrino, math instructors at Essex County College and Rutgers-Newark, found when they played baroque background music in their classes:

* 86% of students surveyed enjoyed class more with baroque background music, whereas 76% of students without any music found the class enjoyable.
* 33% of students found math challenging, whereas 46% in the class without the baroque music found it challenging.

Earlier research findings show that Baroque music enhances learning of foreign languages and improves performance in some types of tests.

Why Baroque music? Some researchers believe that, because baroque music pulses between 50 to 80 beats per minute, it somehow stabilizes mental, physical and emotional rhythms. This stabilization helps the listener to achieve a state of deeper concentration and focus, especially in situations where large amounts of information need to be processed and learned.

Music does affect brain waves, and slower baroque selections from composers such as Bach, Handel, Vivaldi or Corelli can create mentally stimulating environments for creativity and new innovations. Recognizing the value of baroque music in strengthening the brain and promoting peak mental performance, Dr. Nedley has personally selected the music on Baroque for the Brain Volumes 1 and 2 for your health and listening enjoyment.

Selections include:

1.         Cello Concerto (Boccherini)
2.         Concerto For Two Violins And Two Cellos, Largo, Rv 575 (Vivaldi)
3.         Concerto For Two Violins And Two Cellos, Allegro, Rv 575 (Vivaldi)
4.         Concerto In E Major ‘La Primavera’, Rv 269, Op. 8 No.1 (Vivaldi)
5.         Duo For Violin And Viola Minuet (Stamitz)
6.         Flute Concerto In D Major, Op. 10, No. 3, Rv 428, Ii. “Cantabile” (Vivaldi)
7.         Concerto For Two Oboes, Full – “La Rejouissance” (Handel)
8.         Allegro Concerto For Two Mandolins In G Rv532 (Vivaldi)
9.         Adante Concerto For Two Mandolins In G Rv532 (Vivaldi)
10.       Minuet Celebre (Boccherini)
11.       Minuet In G (Beethoven)
12.       Recorder Sonata (Handel)
13.       Sonata In D Canzona (Purcell)
14.       Sound Ye Trumpets The Prince Of Denmark’s March (J. Clarke)
15.       String Quartet Op 76 No 5 Minuetto (Hayden)
16.       Traditions, Full (J. Adams)
17.       Trumpet Tune Trumpet And Strings (Purcell)

Baroque for the Brain, Volume 2 is also available.

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