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Title The music instinct [videorecording] : science & song / A co-production of Thirteen for WNET.org and Mannes Productions, Inc. in association with ARTE/France, NDR, Australian Broadcasting Corporation with the participation of YLE ; Louise Rosen Ltd. ; a film by Elena Mannes ; Executive producers, Elena Mannes, Margaret Smilow ; written and directed by Elena Mannes.

Published [Melbourne] : Request TV : RMIT Publishing, 2010, c2008.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank DVD  9196  v.1  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
 UniM Southbank DVD  9195  v.2  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
Physical description 2 videodiscs (DVD) (ca. 105 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes Originally produced for Public Broadcasting Service in 2008
Off-air recordings of the ABC1 television program broadcast on 2/9/2010. Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968.
Credits Editor, Donna Marino ; director of photography, Dewald Aukema ; original music, Michael Bacon.
Contents Feeling the sound -- The brain plays music -- Our ancestors & song -- The math of music -- Music : born & bred -- Playing our emotions -- Music changes the brain -- Can music make us smarter? - Can music heal? -- Music & language -- Music & evolution -- A resonant world -- Crossing cultural boundaries / Bobby McFerrin -- Bach's Sarabande and musical universality / Yo-Yo Ma -- Daniel Barenboim on sound -- The musical brain #1 ; The musical brain #2 ; Music & education ; Music as medicine for neurological disorders / Oliver Sacks -- Sound vibrations ; The math of sound ; The octave: a musical universal ; String theory / Brian Greene -- Music therapy for premature babies.
Performers Hosts, Bobby McFerrin, Daniel Levitin ; narrator, Audra McDonald.
Summary The film provides a ground-breaking exploration into how and why the human organism, and the whole ebb and flow of the cosmos, is moved by the undeniable effect of music. This two-part series follows visionary researchers and accomplished musicians, including Bobby Ferrin, Yo-Yo Ma, Jarvis Cocker and Richard Hawley, to the crossroads of science and culture in search of answers to music’s deep mysteries. This series reveals that music’s universality in nature and the cosmos is far more profound than previously imagined. Whales, birds, even elephants sing and concoct melodies. The ancient Greeks’ ‘music of the spheres’ finds its 21st century counterpart in String Theory’s (‘theory of everything’) postulation of vibration: could the same vibration that creates music be the organising principle of the universe? Through the course of the series, scientists – with the aid of philosophers, spiritual leaders, and musicians themselves – all help to provide an in-depth look at the power of music.
System notes DVD ; PAL.
Other author Mannes, Elena.
McFerrin, Bobby.
Levitin, Daniel J.
McDonald, Audra.
Sacks, Oliver W.
Greene, Brian.
Ma, Yo-Yo, 1955-
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
Mannes Productions, Inc.
ARTE France.
Norddeutscher Rundfunk.
Yleisradio Oy.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
RMIT Publishing.
Request TV.
ABC-TV (Australia)
Subject Music -- Psychological aspects.
Music -- Physiological effect.
Music and science.
Human beings -- Effect of music on.
Animals -- Effect of music on.
Emotions -- Effect of music on.
Cognition -- Effect of music on.
Premature babies -- Effect of music on
Variant Title Science & song
Science and song
Publisher Number TEV20103403766 Request TV
TEV20103503983 Request TV