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    Crocodiles Grooving To Johann Sebastian Bach!

    Well, not quite. But scientists are interested in what is going on in a crocodile's brain when they are exposed to the complex music of Johann Sebastian Bach:

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0503101732.htm

    Not even sure WHY, but I find this kind of stuff interesting!
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    I thought this thread was going to be about royal families.

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    Bach is quite cool. My other favorite from that era is Vivaldi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    Bach is quite cool. My other favorite from that era is Vivaldi.

    Bach and Vivaldi, yes! There are days when I will just load up 7 or 8 hours worth of Bach and Vivaldi into my CD changer, and let it play twice for a full day's worth of beautiful music. When I am in the mood for classical music, that is. Most days, it's jazz. And some days, it would be classical guitar.
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    I think it would be interesting to COMPARE how the brains of these crocodiles react to the music of Bach (or Vivaldi) to, say, rock'n'roll!

    See you later, alligator! After a while, crocodile!!

    Ha ha ha!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    I think it would be interesting to COMPARE how the brains of these crocodiles react to the music of Bach (or Vivaldi) to, say, rock'n'roll!

    See you later, alligator! After a while, crocodile!!

    Ha ha ha!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Well, not quite. But scientists are interested in what is going on in a crocodile's brain when they are exposed to the complex music of Johann Sebastian Bach:

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0503101732.htm

    Not even sure WHY, but I find this kind of stuff interesting!
    Science, baby, Science.

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    You beat me to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    Best song by Elton John, in my opinion. Pure retro rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Bach and Vivaldi, yes! There are days when I will just load up 7 or 8 hours worth of Bach and Vivaldi into my CD changer, and let it play twice for a full day's worth of beautiful music. When I am in the mood for classical music, that is. Most days, it's jazz. And some days, it would be classical guitar.
    Bach produced such a tremendous quantity of music. Just his Brandenburg Concerto is extensive.
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