Scientists have found that "difficult" music, rich harmonies and chords, rich rhythms develops a stronger sexual desire in women than simple melodies, reports The Proceedings Of The Royal Society.
Experts from Sussex University conducted an interesting study that confirms this fact. The women were asked to listen to four songs and arrange them on the complexity of the sound. Next, respondents were asked what they would like to have the composers of these works: from intimacy to family, long-term relationships.
It turned out in most cases women for relationships of a sexual nature chose writers complex plays. When choosing a partner for long relationship with the complexity of the work set was not.
Presumably, women pay more attention to the external and internal signs of men, while musical ability and appreciation of the complex music associated with high cognitive abilities.