MUS101 Project #1 Baroque Music (1700-1750)

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MUS101 Project #1 Baroque Music (1700-1750)

  1. 1. NAME: PHUOC NGUYEN (SAMMY) MUS 101: Project #1 Baroque Music
  2. 2. Introduction to Baroque Music (1600-1750)  Baroque music is classical music type that was really popular in 17- 18th centuries, composed by brilliant composers like Bach, Vivaldi…
  3. 3. Characteristics of Baroque Music  Non-lyric 60 beats per 1 minute  Feeling stress at the first period of time to listen to
  4. 4. Baroque Music has effects about biological side to people? The beats of Baroque music (60 beats/min) is same with the activity beat of our brain.  Both the heart beat, blood pressure and brain wave are relaxed.
  5. 5. Baroque Music has effects about biological side to people?  the heart beat runs slowly, blood pressure reduces  brain wave β falls while brain wave α(appropriate for study and memory) rises 6%  Giving us relaxed alertness.
  6. 6. My personal feelings about Baroque Music  I usually listen to non-lyric music when I study or when I am reading books, especially Baroque music (1600-1750). Its harmony is so fast so the first period of time when I listen to while studying, I felt so stressful. However, after I listened to it as a habit, I felt relaxed, I focused more on my studies, also memorizing lessons quickly. Due to this, my study is more effective and more productive. I really like Baroque music because it is useful for me and it becomes a part that can not be lack in my life.
  7. 7. Audio of Baroque Music (1600-1750)  Canon in D (various artists)
  8. 8. Audio of Baroque Music (1600-1750)
  9. 9. Audio of Baroque Music (1600- 1750)

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