The Most Suitable Music to Listen While Studying
As we all know, classical music can not only improve people’s spiritual taste and relieve tension, but also has a great impact on the improvement of human brain memory.
Among them, Baroque music can induce and strengthen the alpha waves of the human brain due to its melody rate of 60 beats per minute and steady and solemn beats, so that the brain enters the most active state and makes people enter a state of super brain power. Therefore, performing mental work in the environment of listening to this type of music can make full use of learning, memory and creative thinking, thereby greatly improving the efficiency of the brain.
Baroque music refers to musical works produced during the period 1600-1750. The development of music in this period benefited from the royal palace nobles who liked to decorate their elegant life with graceful and magnificent music and express their love for music. Therefore, they also protected a large number of outstanding musicians: Bach, Handel Many of their excellent works were created while serving the nobles in the court, such as Haydn and Mozart in the early days of classicism.
The most precious wealth
However, it is precisely because of this kind of music, which is considered to be too exaggerated and arty, it has brought the most precious wealth to future generations of mankind. Some professional music collectors once collected nearly a thousand Baroque music albums played by various orchestras and individuals around the world with various instruments.
They found that for people who are new to Baroque music, these music are indeed boring and profound, because Baroque music tends to give people a strong religious atmosphere and the melody is plain and unpredictable. However, when people After a considerable amount of experience, you will be able to understand the mystery by savoring it carefully. Gradually, in every piece of Baroque music, you will gain the power to soothe the irritability and pressure in your heart, and the tranquility and faint joy of mood will emerge spontaneously.
It is precisely because of this that the famous Bulgarian psychologist and educator George Rozanov advocated the Baroque super memory music that swept the world in his suggestive learning method.
Baroque super memory music that swept the world
Rozanov, the founder of the international “super learning method”, discovered in long-term teaching research and practice that there is a unique “secret formula” in part of European Baroque music, which has a magical effect on learning and memory. This kind of super learning music is the 60 beats per minute music in Baroque music. Learning with this kind of music as a background can have the following effects:
1. To complete the work efficiently, the efficiency will be increased by 2-10 times;
2. Make the brain more dynamic and thinking more agile;
3. Extend the time of concentration and improve understanding;
4. Maintain the best working condition;
5. Relieve stress and stimulate creativity.
Appreciation: “Violin Concerto in D Major”-Beethoven
This result is based on a series of scientific research and experiments. The first is the human body’s own alpha wave. Alpha wave refers to a wavelength in the human brain. When nerve cells are active, they will produce this kind of electric wave-like fluctuations. The frequency of alpha waves is between 8-12 Hz. It appears when people are emotionally stable, happy, comfortable resting or meditating. Alpha waves have the ability to strengthen the absorption, sorting and memory of information.
But the human brain does not always stay in the alpha wave frequency. For example, when the brain wave frequency is between 13-30, that is, when the beta wave appears, the human brain will feel bored or fearful, and the whole body will be in a state of tension. , Brain power will decrease, concentration will be difficult, and memory will also decrease significantly.
Scientific experimental verification and celebrity recommendation
So how can the brain enter the alpha wave state? Baroque music at 60 beats per minute is the best way. Rozanov tried to use this kind of music to teach foreign languages and created an educational miracle that shocked the world: students who studied under the background of Baroque super memory music learned 1,200 foreign language words a day, and the average memorization rate was 96.1%!
The “Revolution of Learning” recommended by UNESCO to the world also has records: Baroque music allows students to complete 60% of the learning content in 5% of the time. Teachers in the United States use Baroque music to teach and find that students’ learning efficiency increases by at least 5 Much times.
This shows that the power of Baroque music is great.
Baroque memory music list
Not all baroque music can make the brain enter the alpha wave state. Only baroque music that meets 50-70 beats per minute can have such an effect. It is best to work with the volume adjusted to 30-40 decibels or Learning activities. Below, “Video New Life” will share these tracks with you:
Admont Abbey Library full of Baroque style
1. Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 7 in D major
2. Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major
3. Mozart: Symphony in D major “Haffner”
4. Mozart: Symphony in D major “Prague”
5. Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in g minor
6. Mozart: Symphony No. 29 in A major
7. Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D major
8. Beethoven (BeetHoven): Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major “The Emperor”
9. Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor
10. Haydn: Symphony No. 67 in F major
11. Haydn: Symphony No. 69 in B major
12. Haydn: Piano Concerto No. 5 in B-flat major
13. Haydn: Violin Concerto No. 1 in C major
14. Haydn: Violin Concerto No. 2 in G major
15. Haydn: Symphony No. 101 in C major “Clock”
16. Haydn: Symphony No. 54 in G major
17. Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G major
18. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D major
19 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major K467
20. Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major
21. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major
22. Bach: Double Violin Concerto in D minor
23. Vivaldi: Flute Concerto No. 3 in D major
24. Handel: Harp Concerto in F major (slightly slow) OP.4 NO.6
25. Handel: Concerto for Harp and Lute in B flat major (slightly slow) OP.4 NO.6
26. Pachelbel: Canon in D major
27. BacH: Suite No. 3 “Song of the G String”
28. Bach: Concerto in f minor, second movement
29. Vivaldi: Spring of the Four Seasons Concerto, the slowest
30. Vivaldi: Piccolo Concerto in C major
31. Albinoni: Oboe Concerto No.9 in D minor
Appreciation: “Spring of the Four Seasons Concerto”-Vivaldi
Conclusion: Music is our most precious spiritual wealth. The power of music is self-evident and can bring us infinite surprises. The “New Life of Video and Audio” sincerely hopes that music can add a bit of richness to the lives of readers and let our Life becomes better! Return to Sohu to see more