A girl drops a coin into a street musician’s hat. What happened next simply blew me away. INCREDIBLE!!!

On a nice sunny evening in Sabadell, the second largest city in the comarca of the Vallès Occidental in Catalonia, Spain, a little girl sees a street musician standing with a big contrabass without moving. She drops a coin into his hat, and he starts playing. What happens after that is absolutely amazing and breathtaking. This video is so powerful, every time I watch it, I simply can’t hold back the tears of joy and admiration. Beautifully done! Classical music has a great power to emotionally move and influence the listener, it also a known fact that classical music has a positive influence on the brain development of infants. Enjoy this great video and don’t forget to share it with everybody. It is worth watching.



Wasn’t that an incredible performance? I would say it was the greatest flash mob of all times. It was organized on the 130th anniversary of the founding of Banco Sabadell. A 100 performers from the Vallès Symphony Orchestra, the Lieder, Amics de l’Òpera and Coral Belles Arts choirs participated in this beautiful surprise for the people of Sabadell. Did you know that there is a doctor in Japan, Dr. Emoto, who made some interesting discoveries about the influence of music on water. He put water between two speakers and turned on a specific piece of music for several hours. Then the water was frozen and photographed. Classical music (Beethoven and Bach) resulted into beautiful water crystals. However, rock music resulted rings of cracks to show up. These results have shown that some music has healing properties and other doesn’t. What’s even more amazing is that music actually has an effect on a non-living, physical matter. Since 70% of our bodies are made up of water, we can apply the healing properties of classical music to our own bodies.

Sources:

http://www.mindpowermp3.com/Emoto-How-Music-Affects-Water-and-What-This-Means-to-Us.html

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