Surprise may be key to 'Mozart effect' on epilepsy: study

By Natalie HANDEL

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Forget Mozart? lol. You forget him! For me and thankfully many, many others, it's simply impossible to heed your silly recommendations.

The passion, the humanity, the joy and lightness, the childlike genius of Mozart and his simply masterful collected Piano Sonatas, as an example, could easily keep me content in my astounded excitement, far away from the stuffy "study-like" fugues and organ scales of Bach, for a long, long time...

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C'mon, people. Bach OR Mozart? It's like the Beatles vs the Rolling Stones - you can have both. In fact, you can have all four. And more.

And here's a little something to even up the Bach-Mozart score (!) when it comes to music therapy.

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Music therapy is an established form of treatment for many health issues. We only have to think of the profound effects music can have on our own daily moods and sense of well-being to realise how effective it can be in a clinical context.

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It is good that this research is being done. It just goes to show how little we know about the human brain, and consciousness in general.

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C'mon, people. Bach OR Mozart? 

Like the Terminator, “I’ll be Bach.”

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Even plants affected.

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