Karma 4 - 14 mixes

  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/4
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54604
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/36
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54636
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/37
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54637
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/38
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54638
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/39
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54639
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/40
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54640
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/41
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54641
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/42
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54642
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/43
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54643
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/44
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54644
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/45
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54645
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/46
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54646
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/47
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54647
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
  • Key F (ends in F)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 80 bpm (ends at 80)
  • Tempo Notes Slow
  • Album Number 1546/48
  • ISRC GB-FFM-10-54648
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2010
Factoid If a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.

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