Thanks, Ants, Koh and Scot,
Will check out your recording you shared.
Greetings from Stanford Music School again (after a great day in Stanford Law with a Rebecca MacKinnon designed conference on privacy ... and meeting many potential interesting lawyer contacts re WUaS).
As I sat listening to the first half of chamber music here, my mind turned to eliciting loving bliss neurophysiology and what pieces I would choose to do this re the Grateful Dead pre 1980 and Raga music and esp Yo-yo Ma playing Bach Cello Suites in classical music especially, and so much other music ...
Loving Bliss Practices
Guidelines Practicing Loving Bliss v-a-v Musical Instrument
If I could choose the list of pieces and have these talented Stanford students play them, or even the St Lawrence String Quartet, their faculty mentors here, for a wide variety of qualities of bliss elicitation, or you could, what pieces would they be?
Just came across a BBC version of of Yo-yo Ma playing all of the Bach Cello Suites at the Royal Albert Hall (the two versions on disk I know of are better) ... but this is nevertheless great ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?
This focus on eliciting loving bliss neurophysiology is a kind of philosophical inquiry, with an interest in making scientific, with MDMA as one reference experience, and in terms of brain science (see related MIT OCW, for example), but also in terms of people actually realizing accessing such neural cascades of pleasure when and as they want them (in the context of socio-culture too).
Just found these entire Bach Cello Suites on Youtube ... :)
Yo Yo Ma - Bach Six Cello Suites - BBC Proms 2015