“Il flauto magico” still works: Mozart’s secret of ventilation

@inproceedings{Laczika2013IlFM,
  title={“Il flauto magico” still works: Mozart’s secret of ventilation},
  author={Klaus F. Laczika and Oliver Peter Graber and Gerhard Tucek and Alfred Lohninger and Nikolaus Fliri and Gertraud Berka-Schmid and Eva Katharina Masel and Christoph Carl Zielinski},
  booktitle={Multidisciplinary respiratory medicine},
  year={2013}
}
BackgroundSynchronisation/coupling between respiratory patterns and musical structure.MethodsHealthy professional musicians and members of the audience were studied during a performance of W.A. Mozart’s Piano Concerto KV 449. Electrocardiogram (ECG)/Heart Rate Variability (HRV) data recording (Schiller: Medilog®AR12, ECG-channels: 3, sampling rate: 4096 Hz, 16 Bit) was carried out and a simultaneous synchronized high definition video/audio recording was made. The breathing-specific data were… CONTINUE READING
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