Music has been around since the beginnings. I mean the very beginnings. It’s most likely banging on things to draw attention or give a warning was the very first communication between people. As time went on this “banging and grunting” began to develop into patterns. Those patterns began to be repeated to mean different things.
Zoom forward and music has become so much more.
Emotional responses to music | Hauke Egermann | TEDxGhent
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Emotional responses to music: Individual or universal?
Have you ever wondered why music can have such a profound impact on your mood? How one song can move you to tears in 2 minutes flat and another can make you smile? Well, Dr. Egermann was wondering the same thing and thanks to two distinct but complementary research projects he will have some insights to share with us about the connection between music and our most profound emotions.
Dr. Hauke Egermann is a music & emotions researcher connected to the Technische Universität Berlin, investigating music, sound, and media with empirical research methods
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