Last updated on December 30, 2021 by Roger Kaufman
A cat likes music
What do you think she likes better, the music or the movements?
US composer David Teie writes music just for cats. According to a study, the sounds of a harp and a purring bass have a calming effect on animals. For People the Katzen-Werke sound strange, however.Source: WORLD network reporter
Do animals like music?
Numerous pet owners leave their home radios on all of the time time run to give their dogs and house cats attentive pleasure.
The channel selection is different. "We have a very human tendency to project onto our animals and assume that they will certainly like what we like," said Charles Snowdon, an expert on pet music preferences.
“Individuals think that if they like Mozart, their dog will surely like Mozart. If you like rock 'n' roll, say your dog likes rock."
Contrary to popular belief that music is a uniquely human phenomenon, recent and recurring studies show that animals do indeed share our ability to make it.
However, instead of looking for classical or rock, Snowdon, a pet psychologist at the College of Wisconsin-Madison, found that pets march to the beat of a different drum overall.
They enjoy what he calls "species-specific." Songs" calls: melodies specially created using pitches, tones and tempos known to their respective species.
With no pun intended here, songs are all about scale: people like music that falls within our acoustic as well as vocal spectrum, uses tones we understand, and progresses at a pace similar to our heartbeat.
A melody tuned too expensively or reduced noises that are crunchy or elusive, and also songs that are too fast or sluggish are therefore indistinguishable.
Humans fall for most animals Lieder into this incomprehensible, unrecognizable classification.
With vocal variations and heart rates wildly different from ours, they just aren't designed to appreciate songs tailored to our ears.
Most research studies find that pets typically respond to human music with complete disinterest, no matter how hard we try to get their legs tapped.
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