Mozart’s melodies are still soothing all the sensitive spots
Kilkenny will probably be one of the healthiest places on the planet from next Friday
It may be 225 years since his death, but Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart still manages to hit the headlines on a regular basis. The latest fact we have discovered about him is that his music is good for our blood pressure, heart rate and potential stress levels.
The conclusions were reached recently by a team of researchers at the Ruhr University in Germany, following observation of 120 participants. Johann Strauss II, the waltz king, also came up...
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