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Classics for Relaxation

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It has long been known that music has a profound effect on the mind, body and soul. Years of study have shown that Classical music has the greatest impact of all. This finely crafted series contains specially selected compositions that have been re-arranged and produced by New World Music. From relaxation and healing to inspiration and creativity, let the great composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Grieg enhance your wellbeing and stir the imagination.

Classics for Relaxation is a collection of great works that have been selected for their easy tempos and smooth flowing melodies. Simply put on the CD and block out the outside world to allow focus and total concentration without distraction. This collection is perfect for use in healing therapy sessions or purely for periods of stress-free relaxation.

1. Canonin D PACHELBEL 9:31
2. Gymnopedie No.1 SATIE 6:58
3. Fur Elise BEETHOVEN 7:00
4. Prelude in C incorporating Gounod's Ave Maria BACH 9:25
5. Scene of the Swans from Swan Lake TCHAIKOVSKY 6:25
6. Jupiter from the Planets Suite HOLST 4:12
7. Canon in D - Reprise PACHELBEL 6:06
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Classics for Creativity

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It has long been known that music has a profound effect on the mind, body and soul. Years of study have shown that Classical music has the greatest impact of all. This finely crafted series contains specially selected compositions that have been re-arranged and produced by New World Music. From relaxation and healing to inspiration and creativity, let the great composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Grieg enhance your wellbeing and stir the imagination.

Classics for Relaxation is a collection of great works that have been selected for their easy tempos and smooth flowing melodies. Simply put on the CD and block out the outside world to allow focus and total concentration without distraction. This collection is perfect for use in healing therapy sessions or purely for periods of stress-free relaxation.

1. Nimrod ELGAR 7:29
2. Adagio, Clarinet concerto in A MOZART 6:46
3. Winter from the Four Seasons VIVALDI 6:23
4. Prelude in F minor, no 4 CHOPIN 5:58
5. Aquarium SAINT SANS 4:15
6. Pavane FAURE 6:01
7. Adagio BACH 3:09
8. Gymnopedie 1 SATIE 3:48
9. The Swan SAINT SAENS 5:24
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Classics for Healing

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It has long been known that music has a profound effect on the mind, body and soul. Years of study have shown that Classical music has the greatest impact of all. This finely crafted series contains specially selected compositions that have been re-arranged and produced by New World Music. From relaxation and healing to inspiration and creativity, let the great composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Grieg enhance your wellbeing and stir the imagination.

Classics for Relaxation is a collection of great works that have been selected for their easy tempos and smooth flowing melodies. Simply put on the CD and block out the outside world to allow focus and total concentration without distraction. This collection is perfect for use in healing therapy sessions or purely for periods of stress-free relaxation.

1. Moonlight Sonata No. 14 BEETHOVEN 5:04
2. Adagio in G minor ALBINONI 8:26
3. Piano Sonata in C, 1st Movement MOZART 2:41
4. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring BACH 10:15
5. Symphony NO. 40, 1st Movement MOZART 7:37
6. Orchestral Suite No.2 - Badinerie BACH 5:19
7. Morning from Peer Gynt Suite No. I GRIEG 3:53
8. Air BACH 9:38
9. Brandenburg Concerto No.3 BACH 4:16
10. Water Music No.6 HANDEL 8:43
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Classics for Meditation

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It has long been known that music has a profound effect on the mind, body and soul. Years of study have shown that Classical music has the greatest impact of all. This finely crafted series contains specially selected compositions that have been re-arranged and produced by New World Music. From relaxation and healing to inspiration and creativity, let the great composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Grieg enhance your wellbeing and stir the imagination.

Classics for Meditation is a collection of great works that have been selected for their easy tempos and smooth flowing melodies. Simply put on the CD and block out the outside world to allow focus and total concentration without distraction. This collection is perfect for use in healing therapy sessions or purely for periods of stress-free relaxation.

1. Nocturne op.9, No. 2 CHOPIN5:11
2. Pavane FAURE5:04
3. On Wings of SongMENDELSSOHN4:54
4. Air on a G String — Suite No. 3J.S. BACH2:48
5. Morning — Peer GyntGRIEG4:48
6. Meditation (Thais) MASSENET 5:41
7. Lullaby BRAHMS5:02
8. To a Wild Rose MACDOWELL 2:12
9. Ave Maria SCHUBERT5:57
10. Theme from the New World Symphony DVORAK 3:59
11. Concerto no. 1 in Bb Minor TCHAIKOVSKY6:02
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Classics for Tranquility

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It has long been known that music has a profound effect on the mind, body and soul. Years of study have shown that Classical music has the greatest impact of all. This finely crafted series contains specially selected compositions that have been re-arranged and produced by New World Music. From relaxation and healing to inspiration and creativity, let the great composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Grieg enhance your wellbeing and stir the imagination.

Classics for Relaxation is a collection of great works that have been selected for their easy tempos and smooth flowing melodies. Simply put on the CD and block out the outside world to allow focus and total concentration without distraction. This collection is perfect for use in healing therapy sessions or purely for periods of stress-free relaxation.

1. Canon PACHELBEL 8:14
2. Variations - Rhapsody RACHMANINOV 2:52
3. Pastorale No. 6 in F BEETHOVEN 12:05
4. Fugue in D BACH 6:22
5. Fur Elise BEETHOVEN 2:33
6. Summer from the Four Seasons VIVALDI 6:35
7. Ave Maria Transcription By LISZT 4:32
8. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik MOZART 5:48
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Campbell Dan: Mozart Effect Vol. 5

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Volume V : Deep Rest & Relaxation

Music suggested for stress reduction is often too slow and sedate, leading to a sleepy, passive state. This is not necessarily the best way to relax and renew. Mozart's music is light and gentle., organized and clear. And that's why his music is such an effective tool for conscious and creative relaxation.

While stimulation and challenge are necessary for keeping, the brain and body active and functioning at. the highest levels, excessive stress can lead to major unforeseen disruptions. An increasingly normal part of modern life, stress effects people of every age, profession and educational background. And although it is not a disease, it can greatly increase our susceptibility to a variety of mental and physical illnesses. Studies have shown that stress suppresses the immune system and can lead to hormonal Imbalances, allergic attacks depression and headaches.

Exercise. meditation, conscious breathing techniques, guided imagery and a sensible diet all have been used for hundreds of years to bring harmony to mind and body. Try to integrate some of these tools into your daily routine. Music, too has long served as an antidote for the harmful effects of stress. Chanting and singing, powerful devotional tools for well being, provide peace and inspiration. Drumming can release anger. grief, frustration and physical tension. Classical or popular concerts give us the opportunity to clear out the strain and pressure of work and create an emotional space in which we relax and flow along with the music.

In medical settings music is used to lower blood pressure, reduce muscle tension, enhance deep breathing, slow the heartbeat and balance brainwaves. Various elements of music influence distinct parts of the brain and nervous system. Rhythm generates responses from the oldest parts of the brain, helping to regulate breath and circulation. Tempo alters our sense of how time passes. Melody engages the conscious mind while harmony seems to have an effect on the emotional sense created in the limbic center.

Music is complex. So it, isn't surprising that scientists and practitioners continue to discover multiple centers and types of response in the brain and body. Yet one thing is clear: music has the ability to help you navigate seas of everyday tension and sail towards calmer states of mind and body. As either a musician or an active listener, you can learn to use music as a primary tool to reduce stress.

Listening Techniques for Stress Reduction

• Create a New Environment
Whether you are confronting pressure in the workplace, traffic jams while driving the car, or at. home trying to recuperate from all this. music can modify your world. Talk radio and popular music (especially when played loudly) often maintain and even increase our stress levels. They are both "foreground" and nearly demand our already frazzled attention.

Background music played at a low or moderate volume can change the atmosphere of a room the speed of your thoughts and your sense of time. And it is not necessary or even desirable to play music constantly. Notice how just a half-hour of this music in mid-afternoon or early evening can balance your environment and relax mind and body. And by the way., Mozart is not new to background music. I lie conducted many of his own compositions (primarily Serenades. Divertimentos and Cassations) at royal receptions where music simply set the mood for other events.

• Stretch the Body
A fifteen-minute music break during stress filled periods can yield tremendous benefits. Notice the times of day when stress is at its peak. Select the same fifteen minutes for five days in a row. As you play time music, begin to slowly stretch, bend and turn the body. Move so slowly that it looks as if you are a mime (you might close your office door if you have one!). Stretch for three minutes, sit and rest for two minutes and repeat this sequence three times.

• Breathe and Listen
Five minutes of conscious breathing to music brings balance to the mind and body. Use any selection on this album as you execute these simple breathing techniques. Use them in the car or at home, as you work, read or commute.

A. Full Exhalation. Begin by slowly exhaling your breath. Become aware of how deeply you can release air from your lungs and diaphragm. Exhale as completely as possible. Inhale naturally, then repeat five times.

B. Full Inhalation. Slowly and gently inhale through your nose filling your lungs, shoulders and body with air. Do not strain. Just allow your body to relax as your breath. Now exhale through the mouth. Repeat this five times.

Continue to listen to Mozart after these short, relaxing breathing exercises to increase clarity and focus.

• Relax and Imagine
Progressive relaxation can be the most useful of all techniques for stress reduction. Begin by playing the music in a quiet room. Sit comfortably or lie down with your eves closed. Exhale a few deep breaths and gradually visualize your body. Beginning with the feet, imagine tension being released through as you exhale. Then. as you inhale, imagine peace and nourishment coming into your body through the feet. Slowly, move up through your body with the same image during exhalation and then inhalation. Visualize our legs, then your thighs. hips, stomach, torso, chest shoulders, arms. hands. neck and head, exhaling and inkling. Then let your mind and body float with this restorative music into a place to relaxation. clarity and renewal.

Creativity, expression and imagination are also important. As a general practice, setting aside a creative pocket in your schedule each day will reduce tension and stress. and release unhealthy emotional energy. Give your unconscious permission to "speak'', be it by drawing, doodling, free journaling, or just daydreaming. This recording helps yon to relax and let the images and ideas flow. As it plays, take notes, write poems, doodle, draw, or just let your inner ear hone its ability to focus on and discern the quiet voice within. Whichever you choose rest assured Mozart would approve!

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Campbell Dan: Mozart Effect, Vol. 1 Strengthen the Mind

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Volume I: Stimulation, Intelligence, and Learning

How does Mozart improve intelligence and help develop the IQ? In this research Dr. Alfred Tomatis discovered that high frequency melodies help stimulate the language centers in the brain. In his words, "Mozart charges the brain", allowing for greater receptivity and retention. Mozart exercises the ear.

The Mozart Violin Concertos found on this recording may be the most energetic and powerful "brain building" music ever written. Yet the violin and its stimulating high frequencies are offset by the harmonies melodies, and rhythms, for a balanced and centered energizing effects.

The music on this album has been carefully chosen so that tempos key signatures and textures of the music move as the recording progresses. You (and your brain) won't get bored even after repeated listening. And since the selections on this volume aren't overly exiting or emotional, it is suitable for background listening while studying.

Suggested Uses For Study: Play the music in the background with moderately soft volume. For best results, turn down the bass a bit and situate the speakers at least six feet from your right side. Is is the right ear that charges the left brain, the lobe where language is centered. You may want to listen to 10 or so minutes of this recording before you start to study. However, note that listening to over 30 minutes of music may reduce the power of the Mozart Effect. As a rough guideline, use music only one third of the time you are studying.

For commuting to work: Give yourself a half-hour of this recording. Keep the volume at a moderate level to protect your hearing, and fade the sound to the right speakers. If you feel stress or tension, use music from Volumes II or III for ten minutes before you began to listen to music from this recording.

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Campbell Dan: Mozart Effect, Vol. 2 Heal the Body

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Volume II: Rest and Relaxation

Mozart's music is unquestionably beautiful, but more than that, it actually "speaks" to the body. Perhaps it is mid-afternoon, and you find yourself rushing through your "to do" list in a stressful, fast paced office. Or maybe it is the end of a long day, you are just getting home, the kids are screaming for dinner, the baby-sitter just canceled, and there's six loads of wash waiting to be done. Or maybe you are finally headed for home and I-95 (substitute your favorite highway!) is one big traffic jam. Mozart to the rescue! The selections on this recording can soothe and calm you without making you sleepy. An in any of these scenarios, Mozart can actually modify your breathing, heartbeat, skin temperature, and muscle tension.

While perfect for these high stress situations, this recording is also designed for those rare "right brain" afternoons, when you have the freedom to daydream, cook or read a novel. It is also great for quiet times, drawing, romantic dinners or dozing off late at night.

When it comes to relaxation, Mozart isn't too loud, too soft, too slow or too fast. He's just right!

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Campbell Dan: Mozart Effect, Vol. 3 Unlock the Creative Spirit

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Volume III: Imagination and Creativity

Music can shift the mental and physical gears in a matter of seconds. Within few minutes, this music and 10 slow deep breaths can help move you out of the tense aftermath of a high-stress day to a relaxing state of mental cool-down, or from a sluggish feeling to a state of alertness and heightened awareness. The Mozart Effect recordings are a designed to orchestrate these kind of shifts.

Creativity and imagination are important for maintaining a healthy mind and body. As a general practice, setting aside a creative pocket in your schedule each day will reduce tension and stress, and release emotional energy that otherwise may be unhealthy. Give your unconscious permission to "speak", be it by drawing, doodling, free journalist, or just daydreaming. It may surprise or embarrass you to discover your own Amadeus sleeping within!

This recording helps you to relax and let the images flow. As it plays take notes, write poems, finger-paint, draw, or just let your inner ear hone its ability to focus on and discern the quiet voice within. Whichever you choose, rest assured Mozart would approve!

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Campbell Dan: Mozart Effect, Vol. 4 (2cd)

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Volume IV: Projects & Study

Studying is a mean business. Sometimes. when you are tired or stressed. it can be difficult to focus and concentrate. In this case; mental energy must be raised and then carefully directed. At other times, both mind and body may be so energized that it is difficult to bring clarity to the task at hared. Here the need to slow down and center is immediate.

In the past thirty years, music has moved from a place of pure entertainment and artistic expression to a highly respected tool for educational and pedagogical methodology. Whether studying at home or school., working on projects in the office, garage or garden everyone can use music to work at maximum potential and productivity.

Since the first experiments with Mozart's music over forty years ago, numerous researchers have examined music's educational powers. Dr. Georgi Lozanov in Bulgaria discovered that music with a slow pace and simple. lyric melody assists in language development. His research focused on the pulse of the music and how it affected the body and brain waves as well as the ability to retain vocabulary and learn foreign languages. In the 1990's researchers in California, Wisconsin and Texas realized that playing Mozart's music before exams and intelligence tests could relax the body and activate and focus attention, temporarily raising, test scores. Importantly, the experience of hearing music m a learning environment is different from that of listening to the same music in a concert. Even "background" music changes the time/space orientation - in other words it helps you slow down or speed up. The clear "structure" of Mozart's work. particularly seen in the movements on these discs, greatly facilitates this kind of shift, the key to Mozart's unique effectiveness. Early in his research Dr. Tomatis recognized the right ear's dominance in language development. When exposed to specially selected repertoire with melodic patterns in the higher frequencies. the ear begins to "charge" and stimulate the brain. Using Mozart as a launching pad, you may soon sense how to integrate other classical and popular forms into your study routine.

"Mozart's violin music may be the healthiest music ever written." says Dr. Tomatis. "The high frequencies of the violin, the perfect orchestral accompaniment and the brilliance of the prodigious teenager stimulate and balance the brain." In his centers in France, an audio creation called a "Tomatis Cocktail" is prescribed for the afternoon lull. Designed to stimulate and refresh the mind, hundreds of thousands of people in Europe have used this music for their afternoon "tune up." For your own version, listen to Disc A and direct your right ear to the violin. The right ear is the more direct path to your left brain, where the logical sequencing and linguistic centers are. Whether you are studying, need motivation for a creative project or just want to give your brain some fresh air. this music is ideal.

How to Use Music for Study Hundreds of schools and businesses around the world now realize that the right kind of sonic nutrition can greatly enhance the ability to focus. concentrate and reduce stress.

During the first few days you play these discs, notice your state of mind and body, before and after use. Note the time and whether you have just eaten. Paying attention to these factors will help you study better in the future. Become familiar with the music. Play it quietly and notice how each disc creates a slightly different atmosphere. Disc A is designed to motivate you, stimulate you and activate you. Use it to replace caffeine. Disc B helps you slow down, center and bring scattered thoughts and distractions into harmony.

Headphones
When working in a noisy environment, music in the background often adds to the confusion. Air conditioners, refrigerators, or even traffic can be very distracting. Many students with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) are actually hypersensitive to sound. Using headphones that cover the ears (not the type inserted into the ear) can greatly enhance your concentration.

Sound enters the body through the skin, the bones and the ears. Experiments with noise blocking headphones (no music is played) have helped subjects "hear themselves think." When using headphones keep the volume low: over-stimulation of the ear can cause hearing disorders.

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Evans: Vivaldi; Calm Ocean Sounds

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Lind: Adagio

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Lind: Andante

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Lind: Largo

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Lind: Pastorale

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Lind: Pianissimo

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Quinn: A Concert of Angels

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Quinn: Prophecy

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