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    Abstract—In Indian classical music system Raga is a combination of notes which is able to create pleasing effect. There are various ragas in Hindustani classical music. Here we consider the raga Malkauns which is a popular raga in north Indian music system. Raga Malkauns is used in music therapy predominantly as it is meditative raga and observed to affect the soul. Here the spectral parameters of raga Malkauns are compared with the raga Bhairav and tried to see its impact on blood pressure. Keywords—Spectral parameters, Raga, Music therapy INTRODUCTION Music is now playing an increasing role in several different areas. It has been observed that Music has a great impact on Psychological, emotional, neurologic, and cardiovascular…

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    Abstract¬ – Music directly connects to the soul of living beings. It deeply influences mind and brain. Indian Classical Music is closely associated with mood and emotions. Emotion detection in Indian Classical music can serve as the basis for content based music retrieval and recommendation. Music can be mapped to mood by extracting its features that contribute to generation of specific emotions and mapping them with emotional model of valence and arousal. Hence analysis of features of North…

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    The participants listened to their choice of Indian Classical instrument or Indo Jazz music. Task 1 represents listening to music; Task 2 corresponds to listening to selected music and performing visual Go and No-go trials (task stimuli); and Task 3 represents performing the task in silence. The physiological response to the played music was estimated by measuring the pulse rate. The task performances were obtained by calculating the omission error and reaction time for Go trials, and commission…

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    Sound And Music In Medicine

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    The Role of Sound and Music in Medicine Touch, sight, taste, smell, and sound; these are the means in which we interact with the world. I ask the question; which one is more important? We have all been asked this before, but has it been given enough thought? Enough research and time? Obviously this is a loaded question, filled with more subjective thoughts and personal preferences than researchable facts. In any case; all the senses are instrumental in our perception of the world. The…

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    Ludwig van Beethoven are two of the most greatest, well known composers of all time. They’ve created some very outstanding and magnificent pieces of music that have been listened to for centuries. Though these two artists were both very vital in music history, each having the same rare gift of amazing music ability, the way they composed were very unique when compared to each other. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in a small city called Salzburg, Austria. He became known as…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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    Widely considered to be one of the prime examples in music history besides Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is none other than Ludwig van Beethoven. Exceptionally known for being a child prodigy, struggle during his childhood, inevitable loss of hearing and also breaking out of the norms from the Classical Period and venturing out to the Romantic Era in European music, with him being the first. With no doubt, Beethoven has left his own mark on the World and is still one of the most respected and…

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    Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

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    The one composer that music today can thank for all of the brilliance and genius he has composed is none other than Ludwig van Beethoven. During the classical era, there was a new sense of subjectivity, proportion, order, and simplicity. It was a time of the Enlightenment, a time of reason and the experimentation with trial and error. All men were created equal, and were given a voice on matters that needed to be handled. This was also the time of the Industrial Revolution, where new machines…

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    Luwig Van Beethoven

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    Ludwig van Beethoven, known as Beethoven, has been counted as one of the most extraordinary music composers and pianist of all time. Many people praise his work, but only a few people wonder how his journey began. Johann Beethoven, father of Luwig van Beethoven, was the most influential reason his son took an interest in music. As Johann practiced with his son day and night, he quickly realized Luwig van was more talented than the average child. At the age of 7, Ludwig van Beethoven achieved…

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    of his own personal life, filled his music with the sounds of struggle. Consider his Eroica Symphony (Symphony No. 3 in Eb Major, Op. 55), written between 1803-1804. “Heroic”, the themes, harmonies, and rhythms all lead the audience through a picture of a war hero. Indeed, Beethoven wrote the Eroica Symphony to honor Napolean. Scholars speculate over the political implications of this work, as Beethoven had struck later, upon hearing of Napolean’s self-declaration of emperor, struck Napoleon’s…

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    knowledge would not be properly adequate for what we are doing. What we learn and how we learned during this semester changed the way I look at performance. Whether that is in a good or bad way, my perception has developed into a different state of mind. The way I now look at live and remote music recording has been developed slowly throughout this semester. That idea simply goes to show you how an independent way of learning can effect a learning environment. The ability to have that type of…

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