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The Incredible Power of Christmas Music

December 25th, 2015 · No Comments · Music and Emotion, Music and the Mind-Body

Tweet What do you get when you combine one the oldest, most-anticipated holiday celebrations of not just childhood, but throughout the life-span, and music??  Of course you get the most magical, powerful, and emotional music that has ever been written! Now if you’ve been following my blog for any time at all, you know that […]

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Music stirs emotion: but how?

October 19th, 2015 · 1 Comment · Emotional Pull of Music, Music and Emotion

Tweet Music stirs emotion, but do scientists really know how or why?  Does music make you feel emotional?  Of course it does!  But why does this happen and how can music stir up so many different emotions?  This is a question that we all ask ourselves from time to time.  We can innocently turn on […]

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Healing Music with Depression and Anxiety

October 15th, 2015 · No Comments · Healing Music, Music and Anxiety, Music and Emotion

Tweet Healing music is so easy to incorporate into your day, especially if you suffer from anxiety and depression!  Do you give yourself the recommended daily allowance of the music you love??  Most people listen to music on their car radios, their iPods, and their iPhones, but is it the music you really love the […]

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Which is the most powerful emotional instrument?

August 25th, 2014 · No Comments · Ave Maria, Maria Callas, Music and Emotion, music and spirituality, The Human Voice

Tweet That may seem like an impossible question to answer, and yet people do ask this question.  I believe that the human voice is probably the most powerful instrument because of the infinite gradations of emotion that can be expressed with the voice.  When you add the element of acting and facial expression and bodily […]

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An orchestra conductor bids audience goodbye in a powerful way

October 7th, 2013 · No Comments · Music and Dying, Music and Emotion

Tweet This afternoon, as I was driving home from the fitness center, I heard a very moving story about the Minnesota Orchestra.   The orchestra there in Minneapolis has been shut out for over a year now.  The conductor, Osmo Vanska, had said that unless the problems were resolved by October 1, he would have no […]

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Healing Music or Music Healing?

August 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · Classical Music, Don Campbell, Music and Cancer, Music and Cardiovascular Health, Music and Emotion, Music Healing

Tweet Music is healing!  To the mind, the body and the spirit.  Almost everyone on the planet has some sort of music that they really, really love and choose to listen to!  But is it the music itself that heals and soothes, or is it about the person performing it, or is it the method […]

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What’s the difference between music therapy and music medicine/music healing?

June 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Music and Emotion, Music and Relaxation, music and spirituality, Music Healing, Music Medicine, The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet This is a question that I get a lot.  Many people, maybe most, assume that these descriptions are all interchangeable and there is definitely a lot of overlap.  Music therapists will tell you that in order for music therapy to be administered, there must be a trained music therapist present to help the patient […]

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WWII Vet tells story of how his trumpet saved lives from German sniper

August 23rd, 2012 · No Comments · Music and Emotion, Music and the Golden Years, Music in World War II

Tweet Want to hear another powerful story about how music has literally saved lives? Listen to this 90 year old man as he tells how he played a German love song on his trumpet one cold night after he had been told specificall not to because there was still a German sniper in the woods. […]

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