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When a person is angry how music can help and what type of music he can listen?

Asked by sarya mitra, 17 Dec '08 04:46 am
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According to studies at Penn State University, all kinds of music improve moods. It doesnt matter if youre listening to rock and roll, classical, or (gasp) Celine Dionany type of tune helped those in the study feel more optimistic, joyful, friendly, relaxed, and calm.
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 17 Dec '08 04:51 am

 
  
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Anger is a strange and alien concept...i just dont relate to it,and cant comprehend its relevance...and in such a state,if one is caught in its shackles....the purest form of calming music is instruemental...and the sounds from nature....of the sea,mountains,breeze,birds,waterfalls,rivers,snowfalls...etc etc....and the most calming instruements can be....pan flute,bamboo flute,clarinet,saxophone,violin,piano,santoor,sarod,jal tarang,guitar,veena...etc etc.
Answered by shintsie, 16 Jan '09 08:28 pm

 
  
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When a person is angry he does not like anything till the anger subsides
Answered by krish, 17 Dec '08 12:05 pm

 
  
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Carnatic music or gazals calm your mind. It acts like a tranquiliser. Like in a meditation you remain thoughtless for sometime and enjoy the peace of mind. MS subbalakshmi's cassettes will do this majic.
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Answered by PanchanathamIyer Thiagarajan, 17 Dec '08 05:25 am

 
  
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