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November 17, 2006



Mozart isn't baroque, it's classical.


Charlie, thanks for the clarification, you are right. It appears that one can listen to both Mozart's music and baroque music to increase learning potential because those pieces of music tend to have around a 60 beats per minute pattern, which causes the brain to respond in a certain way.

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