Tweet What will they think of next?! Farmers in Spain have now discovered that playing specific pieces of music by Mozart greatly increases the amount of milk his dairy cows produce as well as enhances the taste by making it sweeter! Here’s what the ABC site had to say: “On Hans Pieter Sieber’s Priegola dairy […]
Tweet Tuesday, December 01, 2009 Birds on the Wires Music Reading a newspaper, I saw a picture of birds on the electric wires. I cut out the photo and decided to make a song, using the exact location of the birds as notes (no Photoshop edit). I knew it wasn’t the most original idea in […]
Tweet This is called the “CatCerto” and is a very clever assemblage of brief clips of “Nora” the cat pawing “Mozart” at the piano. Very clever indeed!
Tweet Why can’t Humans be more like animals? Click on this link for an amazing video set to some beautiful music! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rooyt3ptNco
Tweet In my work as a clinical musicologist and a therapist I emphasize the use of singing lullabies to preemies as one of the best things a mother can do to stabilize her baby, get her gaining weight, and create a lifelong bond. But what if the preemie is a deer? This little fellow […]
Tweet Recently, I wrote on a post on my “Music Healing and Animals” blog about a kitty named Nora that loves to play the piano! When I started the music and animal blog over a year ago I wondered if I’d really have enough material to post very often. To my surprise and delight I […]
Tweet Freckles is an attentive boy, a beagle-mix rescued from sure death on Sixth Street some five years ago.He retains a strong food motive from his days of wandering the urban wilderness. So, Freckles was, as usual, at hand when my husband and I put a CD in the player and sat down on the […]
Tweet I certainly think so, and for that reason I have a blog called Music Healing and Animals. To visit this blog, go to http://music-healing-and-animals.blogspot.com/. Enjoy!