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Filmmaker Greg Dukes explores the phenomenon of frisson. It is best described as a sudden rush or wave of emotions that some people experience when listening to an emotive piece of music.
Frisson is the French word meaning to 'shiver' or to have 'chills'. But in this case, we're not shivering because we're cold, we're shivering because we're stimulated by music.
Filmed, scripted & presented by Greg Dukes
Commissioning Editor: Griesham Taan
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Finally! I wondered why it happens. Haha sometimes it's embarassing. When it's really good I also cry involuntarily. So wild.2 месяца назад
Same hereМесяц назад
Joseph Gomes +3
I do the same thing. Sometimes I wondered if it was some other deep personal thing being brought to the surface but it is definitely just the music which makes it happen. I love the feeling2 месяца назад
Racer Girl +2
Frisson happens to me a lot. I even experience it for half an hour or more after the music. If I listen to multiple songs that I know give me the rush, my hair moves like static is causing it, and for an hour after, every time I move I get the goosebumps for over an hour.Месяц назад
I'm a musician and years back, I set the rules that when composing a song, I needed to revise until it triggered consistent shivers. My songs weren't necessarily good, but for me, my songs became so enjoyable to play, that I pathologically played the songs. I felt like I need to stop playing music because it was so distracting. But I do believe it helps you write better songs. I think it's a super power that can make a good musician into a great musician. Not everyone has this, so for any musicians out there, I suspect if you learn to let this emotion guide your compositions, the general public will feel the effects.7 часов назад
Walter Burton +23
Hilariously, the audio for this video is terrible.2 месяца назад
Guys, Anyone experience heavy frisson like me? I can get chills yes BUT, most of the time i hear something very beautiful Liek Oogway ascends, I get full on tears because its so beautiful.7 дней назад
Genny Zee +3
Huh, I thought I was the only person that constantly cries to music!2 месяца назад
SEEK THE TRUTH! Welcome to Islam ft. 9/11, 26/11, etc.,Месяц назад
Sad music?2 месяца назад
Throughout the duration of this video, I did not experience frisson.2 месяца назад
Mrs Green +3
You better sang! 👏👏👏2 месяца назад
amy bee +3
I have often wondered if this frisson feeling has any relation to ASMR? 🤔2 месяца назад
Mrs Green +1
I don't thinks so. I personally can't stand asmr, but I do get chills when I hear certain people sing. The sound of their voice is so beautiful to me. It's amazing.2 месяца назад
will deus hill
In a nut shell it is called RUSHING 🤪 what raver keep going back for2 месяца назад
That's weird. Music never gave me chills.2 месяца назад
Dylan Innes!!!2 месяца назад
Tiny shoulder capes?2 месяца назад
Skip the Chip
I never want to see another thing from the BBCМесяц назад
GG Darkmatt3r +1
If you know your triggers in music, you are doing it right. And the audio of this video is horrendous2 месяца назад
SEEK THE TRUTH! I am already a muslim bruh, thanks for your dawah. keep it up.2 месяца назад
victor noagbodji +3
Umm, no? 🤔This video is pushing a terrible and misleading narrative. I am an amateur composer who knows something about goosebumps. No idea how they just straight link it to creativity, uniqueness, and emotional intelligence! 😲For those who care for another explanation: it's what remains from us evolving as mammals 😊Most mammals have their hair stand up on their skin when in danger, scared, cold, or excited. It's an evolution trait. We humans have shorter hair which form goosebumps instead. There is no mystery. We should all have this trait. Who knows what we will evolve into in a hundred of thousands years? 😄Now, the link to music is more interesting to a musician like myself. Music is a language. Music that "scares", "surprises", "uplifts" you will give you goosebumps. It's that simple. It's no more than the goosebumps my literature friends get from great text or poetry. They, too, get goosebumps from reading. So we musicians study these techniques. It's the words in gospel. It's the build and the beat drop in modern pop and dance. It's the sub bass, the syncopated hi-hat, and the lyrics in modern rap. I hope someone who cares about music finds this more helpful.2 месяца назад
I m a continuous case of Frisson - ing2 месяца назад