Two Hearts

Lebrman, Paul D.
July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p28
The article discusses an experiment on the physiological effects of music, conducted at the Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and an audience full of children and their parents. The researchers will be looking at the muscle activation of the performers. They also find out how the heart rates of the performers and the audience will correlate.


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