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Music of the Brain

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Genre:

Documentary - Music

DVD: Available Now
Format:DVD
Rating:Exempt
Run Time:
55 minutes
Director:

Fiona Cochrane

Featuring:

Interviews with: international neuropsychologists and music psychologists including Prof. Isabelle Peretz, Prof. Donald Hodges, Prof. John Sloboda, Dr Ian Cross and Assoc. Prof. Sarah Wilson.

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Now available to watch on beamafilm



 


Synopsis:

Music affects our development from the womb to the grave. This documentary examines the role music plays in developing our brains as humans, beginning with premature infants in neonatal intensive care wards, moving through the role of music in enhancing performance in childhood (including discussion of the Mozart effect), the role of music therapy in hospital patients, and finally looking at the elderly.
 
Music is good for our health - as non-Western tribal cultures have always known - and this documentary shows you how and why.

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