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Musique et science | Pourquoi la musique triste vous fait-elle tellement de bien?

Par Rebecca Anne Clark le 28 avril 2020

Adolescente, quand je me sentais particulièrement angoissée, je m’enfermais dans ma chambre, je tirais les rideaux et j’écoutais mes compilations de “musique triste”. Que l’on se réfugie dans l’Adagio pour cordes de Barber ou dans la dernière chanson d’Adele, c’est une méthode assez répandue pour évacuer la déprime et la mélancolie, non seulement chez les adolescents, mais à tout âge. 


LISZT | 15 Child Musical Prodigies from History

Par Rebecca Anne Clark le 18 juillet 2018

We all know about Mozart and Beethoven, who displayed their musical talents at an early age and were eagerly promoted by their fathers. But history is full of cases of exceptionally musical children before the advent of after-school piano lessons and Baby Mozart videos. Here are some of history’s youngest classical musicians.


LISZT | Seven Books by Musicians for Music Lovers

Par Rebecca Anne Clark le 8 avril 2018

More than a simply a conductor and musician, Leonard Bernstein was a social activist and music lecture whose televised lecture series in the 1950s was very well-received. Subsequently, his 1959 best-selling book The Joy of Music was published, in which Bernstein covers topics such as composing, American music, and the genius of Beethoven with wit and insight through a series of imaginary conversations.



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