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Relaxing Music by Symbiosis best in research at Kingston University

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Published on Sep 21, 2009

Relaxation music by London-based group Symbiosis achieved the greatest reduction in heartbeat rate - and hence the best relaxation effect - in a test carried out at Kingston University by Ree Phillips (1994). Here flautist John Hackett and producer/musician Clive Williamson explain the test results and how they create their music in a studio near West London's beautiful Kew Gardens. As a result of the research, music by Symbiosis was chosen to help patients at St. Bartholomew's and the Royal Marsden Hospitals in London. (Channel One News report by Selzer Cole.) Featured music: "Golden Light from the Sea" by Symbiosis. For more information visit: www.symbiosis-music.com

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