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Of course, the researchers emphasize that a gradual decrease in the average “happiness” index does not mean that all successful songs in 1985 were happy and all successful songs in 2015 were sad. They were looking for average trends in the acoustic properties of the music and the moods describing the sounds. Some songs with a low happiness index in 2014 include “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith, “Whispers” by Passenger and “Unmissable” by Gorgon City. Some from 1985 with a high happiness index include “Glory Days” by Bruce Springsteen, “Would I Lie to You?” by the Eurythmics, and “Freedom” by Wham.

“The public seems to prefer happier songs, even though more and more unhappy songs are being released each year,” the researchers wrote, They also found the most successful genres of music were dance and pop, as well as a “clear downward trend” in the success of rock, starting in the early 2000s, The overall mood shifts in the songs’ musical features mirror other studies that quiet book, activity, sensory page, baby soft book, busy toddler, felt, children, learning toy, games, dance, ballet, ballerina, have examined lyric changes over the years, They have found the use of positive emotions has declined and indicators of loneliness and social isolation have increased..

“So it looks like, while the overall mood is becoming less happy, people seem to want to forget it all and dance,” emailed Komarova, who wrote the report with Myra Interiano, Kamyar Kazemi, LijiaWang, Jienian Yang and Zhaoxia Yu. The researchers also found that the “maleness” of songs — the frequency of male singers in popular music — has decreased over the last 30 years. “Successful songs are characterized by a larger percentage of female artists compared to all songs,” they write.

When quiet book, activity, sensory page, baby soft book, busy toddler, felt, children, learning toy, games, dance, ballet, ballerina, San Jose’s New Ballet performs “Sleeping Beauty” at the California Theatre Sunday, everyone in the audience can have the experience of sitting next to a ballet expert providing commentary and context throughout the show, But it won’t disturb anyone else in the auditorium because it’s all happening on your phone, New Ballet Director Dalia Rawson said she was inspired by her experience watching electronic sports where — like with regular football or basketball games — the audience gets the added benefit of commentary on the action, At “Sleeping Beauty” on Sunday, patrons with special Live Casting tickets will be seated together in the balcony and will dial into a conference call on their own phones (with earbuds) to hear the commentary during the 2 p.m, performance..

“As far as we know, we are the first ballet organization to try this out,” said Rawson, who calls the experiment a beta test. “It’s a bit radical, having people use phones in the theater and all, but I think context and additional information will enhance the experience, just as it does when watching football or the Olympics.”. Related ArticlesSan Jose dive bar with a bad reputation reinventing itselfNew role for former Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken YeagerCity Lights’ ‘Eurydice’: A bilingual production with a twistReaders’ ideas for changing Burnett Middle School nameEggs-citing news for San Jose City Hall’s resident falconsThe Live Casting info will include personal anecdotes, interviews with the dancers, and historical background about the show, which features South African dancer Lwando Dutyulwa in the lead role for his debut performance in this ballet. Rawson said Dutyulwa grew up in the townships outside Cape Town and overcame many challenges to become a dancer. He danced the Nutcracker Prince in “The San Jose Nutcracker” last year and feedback from audiences on social media was very positive.

There are a lot of cool shows happening this week, especially at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Here’s a roundup of your best bets in the San Jose, San Francisco and Oakland areas, “Weird Al” Yankovic: The legendary satirist has hit the road with The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, which, yes, just might be the greatest title of any tour in pop music history, Yankovic performs May 19 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Comedian quiet book, activity, sensory page, baby soft book, busy toddler, felt, children, learning toy, games, dance, ballet, ballerina, Emo Philips, who appeared in the 1989 film “UHF” with Yankovic, is also on the bill. Details: 8 p.m.; $45-$85; www.ticketmaster.com..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRJILK3NxSM. Juanes: The Colombian Latin-rock superstar, who has sold more than 15 million albums during his Grammy-winning career, visits the City National Civic in San Jose on May 18. Mon Laferte and Caloncho are also set to appear. Details: 7:30 p.m.; $59.95-$129.95; www.ticketmaster.com. Franz Ferdinand: The Scottish dance-rock juggernaut, which burst onto the world stage with its brilliant eponymous debut in 2004, is out on the road in support of this year’s “Always Ascending” and performs May 17 at the Fox Theater in Oakland. Priests open the show. Details: 8 p.m.; $38; www.ticketmaster.com.

Petty Theft: The band pays tribute to Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on May 18 at Slim’s in San Francisco. Details: 9 p.m.; $19.50-$23.50; www.slimspresents.com, Related ArticlesReview: Pink Floyd legend delivers a must-see concert experienceSAP Center quiet book, activity, sensory page, baby soft book, busy toddler, felt, children, learning toy, games, dance, ballet, ballerina, celebrates 25th anniversary with 3-day music festivalAlameda County Fair announces concert lineup for 2019‘Top-tier’ music acts coming to Warriors’ new Chase CenterHow did this guy end up with famed ‘Star Is Born’ guitar?Sofi Tukker: The New York City-based indie/dance/pop duo, consisting of Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern, supports this year’s full-length debut “Treehouse” on May 18 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Details: 8 p.m.; $30.50; www.ticketmaster.com..

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