Sunday, April 6, 2014

Why Do People Sing?

By Dr Joseph Jordania
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
University of Melbourne

One of the most important new questions that this book tries to answer is why the most archaic parts of the human brain, which are only activated by the critical survival needs, are activated when humans sing or listen to music. is it possible that singing really had a function of survival for our distant ancestors?

Irish Dance Traditions

Dancing in the Middle Ages (England) Irish dance dates back to its origins in Europe in the 11th and 12th centuries and became closely ...