Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria, January 27, 1756.
In the United States the notion was first written about in a 1993 paper by Frances Rauscher and Gordon Shaw. It reported that brief exposure(8-10min) to a Mozart piano sonata produces a temporary increase in spatial reasoning scores, amounting to the equivalent of 89 IQ points. Over the next several years the research paper was mentioned in several newspapers including the New York Times and Boston Globe.
In 1998 Zell Miller, governor of Georgia, announced that his proposed state budget would include $105,000 a year to provide every child born in Georgia with a tape or CD of classical music. Clearly he believed in the Mozart Effect and its connection with music and mental ability. There has been numerous studies to approve and disapprove this theory but in the end a person has to be their own judge.
Chip Heath, an associate professor of organizational behavior, and Bangerter compared different. U.S. states' levels of media interest in the Mozart Effect with each state's educational problems. They found that in states with the most problematic educational systems (such as Georgia and Florida), newspapers gave the most coverage to the Mozart Effect. In fact spikes in media interest generally correspondes to events outside of science.
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Mozart is the greatest musical child prodigy who ever lived.
Mozart: 15 facts about the great composer - Classic FM
These following Mozart brownies are perfect for almond and Mozart lovers. They’re gluten free and have rich, chocolatey flavor, topped with chocolate and praline whipped cream and of course Mozart for decoration and some gold dust. They have luxurious look and are a great idea for Christmas or New Year’s dessert.
Mozart: 15 facts about the great composer
One of my greatest discoveries in recent years is Mozart chocolate balls. I remember those nostalgic balls from my childhood, and began to really LOVE them on our visit to Italy about a year ago. Nimrod (my spouse) already knows exactly where he can buy only one Mozart chocolate ball, and surprises me with it every time he can.