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  1. Music and Emotions

    The most difficult problem in answering the question of how music creates emotions is likely to be the fact that assignments of musical elements and emotions can never be defined clearly. The...
  2. Major and Minor

    In addition to mylast post, I am announcing that the English translation of our work "Musikund Emotionen - Studien zur Strebetendenz-Theorie" is now published:
    Music and Emotions -Research on the...
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    Music and Emotions The most difficult problem...

    Music and Emotions

    The most difficult problem in answering the question of how music creates emotions is likely to be the fact that assignments of musical elements and emotions can never be...
  4. Major and Minor - the Strebetendenz-Theory If...

    Major and Minor - the Strebetendenz-Theory
    If you want to answer the question, why major sounds happy and minor sounds sad, there is the problem, that some minor chords don't sound sad. The solution...
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    To answer the question, why music can trigger...

    To answer the question, why music can trigger emotions, you should know the Strebetendenz-Theory. It says listening music we identify with a will against the changing of dissonant overtone-intervals....
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