The Mozart Effect
Does ‘The Mozart Effect’ really boost your brainpower?

Listening to Mozart can give your brainpower a boost, according to a study conducted by Sapienza University of Rome.

In a series of controlled group experiments, listeners of the classical composer's music showed an increase in the construction of alpha waves in the brain, which are conducive in promoting positive learning ability and are linked to memory, understanding and problem solving.

Interesting however, no such performance increases were found when the group listened to classical music by Beethoven, suggesting Mozart's music has a specific effect on our minds.

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Classical Music Christmas
The Spirit of Christmas 2016

Starting this Christmas Eve, we have a wonderfully festive schedule of classical music to get you into the spirit of Christmas.

On both 24th and 25th December sonatica classical radio online will be bringing you an extravaganza of festive song, filled with the joys of Christmas.

Tune-in then and enjoy a selection of glorious seasonal music with favourite carols, accompanied by organ and brass. 

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Welcome to the Blog

It is with great pleasure that we announce the sonatica™ classical radio online blog and its debut performance post. With the musicians in their places and the auditorium's lights now dimmed, the conductor has taken the podium and is ready to begin!

Since we launched, our classical music listen live player at sonatica, we felt it would be an excellent idea to offer our listeners some light intellectual nourishment on classical music, classical life and more.

So why not join us for the experience and take a look at the few initial posts we've prepared for the opening? Just remember to tune-in to our live stream for the full sonatica experience! We'll be back with more posts soon...

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