Music for Plants!

Data / date: 12/04/11 2 Comentarios / Comments

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

One of the most prestigious British orchestras has performed for an audience outside the ordinary - several rows of plants in an attempt to see if music helps plants grow!

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra presented a  threee hour  concert  at the Cadogan Hall in London, with 33 musicians playing pieces like Mozart’s Symphony n.40. There were more than a 100 different varieties of plants and bulbs, including geraniums, fuchsias and other perennials.

According to the conductor Benjamin Pope, this was one of the strangest audience for which the orchestra played, but it is expected that the sound of classical music will result in growth and flowering in the coming months.


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