Response to a wikipedia articale
I just read a Wikipedia article," Music and the Brain,"Wikipedia: the free encyclopedia. Music and the brain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedi .I hated this article because it only talked about how a level of pitch effects your membrane. It briefly talks about anything else, there is one sentience on how it effects the heart or how speed and Melodie effects if someone is feeling sad.
I personally think this is true, if the song has a slow speed and a low Melodie then it makes some people feel depress. Where as if there is a fast song with an up beet Melodie the listener probably be happy. From experience and experiments if some one if having a sad day( depending on there taste in music)they wouldn't be caught licensing to an up beet happy song such as "good life" by Kayne West. Where as if someone having a good/happy day they wouldn't be listing to "Angelito vuela" by Don Omar.
I double-checked this fact at http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=music-and-the-brain which makes me feel pretty sure that it is true. It said "An exhilarating orchestral crescendo can bring tears to our eyes and send shivers down our spines. Background swells add emotive punch to movies and TV shows. Organists at ballgames bring us together, cheering, to our feet. Parents croon soothingly to infants."
What I learned from this article is that pitch has to do a lot with tonality and development , and I will look to see if there are other opinions on music and feelings.