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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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In memorium: Don Campbell 1943-2012

June 10th, 2012 · No Comments · Don Campbell, Music Healing, The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?, Toning and Chanting, Vibrational and Sound Healing

Tweet A week ago, the world lost a bright spirit and a pioneer in the field of sound healing and music medicine.  Don was the author of many books, but the best-known book was probably “The Mozart Effect.”  The book introduced millions of people to the concepts of using music, sound and vibration for healing […]

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What is the definition of “The Mozart Effect”?

June 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet What exactly IS “The Mozart Effect?”  People are always asking me what it is about Mozart’s music that is healing or helpful. Why isn’t Haydn’s music as powerful, or Beethoven’s or Schubert’s? Actually, I believe that any great composer’s music can be healing, keeping in mind our definition of healing. Remember that we define […]

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Mozart helps preemies gain weight!

January 13th, 2010 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet A new study had just been published in the journal Pediatrics, suggesting that playing Mozart for preemies can speed up weight gain! ” .Playing Mozart music to premature babies seems to help them gain weight faster and become stronger, new research found. Once a day for two consecutive days, doctors played either 30 minutes […]

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Can Music Improve your test scores?

November 27th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Music and the Brain, Music and the Mind-Body, The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet So many people ask me this and it’s a great questions! After all the info came out on the “Mozart Effect” people were getting really excited about improving their intelligence and their test scores with music! Here is what one of the scientific studies had to say about it: Improve your vocabulary with music! […]

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What really killed Mozart? You’ll be surprised!

August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet What did Mozart really die from? European researchers investigating records of deaths in Vienna around the time of Mozart’s death at the age of 35 on 5 December 1791 suggest that the composer may have died from a streptococcal throat infection that led to a fatal kidney syndrome.The study is the work of first […]

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The Mozart Effect: What You Wanted to Know but were Afraid to Ask

August 7th, 2009 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet One of the most frequent questions I get is about the so-called Mozart Effect. As a friend of Don Campbell, the man who wrote the book and coined the phrase, I answer questions as best I can. As I write in my blog www.whymozart.blogspot.com, the media got hold of the phrase “The Mozart Effect” […]

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Is Mozart really the best music for healing?

March 26th, 2009 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet People ask me that all the time and of course, the answer is an absolute MAYBE? Is Mozart’s music the most healing music of all? What do you really know about “The Mozart Effect?” It seems to me that many musicians are a bit “up in arms” about the whole premise. I, as a […]

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