stimulating music

stimulating music

Music therapy
Assertive or buoyant music used in music therapy, which may stimulate the rest of the body to join the rhythm by evoking hand clapping, dancing and other reactions. Stimulating music may have major changes in pitch, dynamics or rhythm, which usually is similar to that of an “alert” heart—i.e., 70–90 beats/minute; styles regarded as stimulative include Big Band, Dixie-land, Gospel, and others.
References in periodicals archive ?
At Newcastle Preparatory School you will find well resourced, busy and stimulating music and art studios which are alive with creativity.
It is a fun and stimulating music theory game for two to 10 students and can be used for different levels of the students' theory knowledge.
Researches and studies have proved that stimulating music may boost the muscle tension, which in turn aids in exercising.
With a unique curriculum supporting every child's natural artistic abilities and providing developmentally stimulating music experiences, Smarter Toddler saw rapid growth while serving hundreds of families throughout New York City.
His concerts are generally built around stimulating music that makes people want to get up and dance.
Stimulating music increases motor coordination in patients afflicted with Morbus Parkinson.
When you go to a rock concert, normally they give you half an hour or an hour of stimulating music beforehand, whereas we want silence or some electro buzz.
Try and keep distractions like loud noises, stimulating music or television to a minimum.
But if soft music can have calming effect on women in labor, what could be the effect of stimulating music to the behavior of a woman on the active state of delivering the baby?
Golden Oryx is set to rock with stimulating music by DJ Pulse and mesmerising tricks by Phil Fenton, an ace magician from the UK, spot games, prizes and a buffet dinner.
Patrizia La Trecchia's "New Media (B) Orders in Contemporary Neapolitan Music: Rethinking Aesthetic Experience in the Age of Globalization" (6992) traces LaTrecchia's rather usual research in the otherwise very stimulating music world of Naples.
Listen to stimulating music, preferably without lyrics.