Archive for the Madeline’s Monthly Blog Archive Category

Dr. Samuel Wong & Counting Your Blessings – January 2012

We want to wish all of our readers a Happy and Healthy New Year! Remember to start your New Year right by listening to Classical music which has the power to make you smarter, help you work faster with more accuracy, improves health and healing, grows healthier

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Dorothy Sayers & Therapists Use Music to Restore Function – December 2011

We want to wish all of our readers a very Happy and Healthy Chanukah, Christmas, and New Year. Remember to start your day right by listening to Classical music. No one is immune from the power of music. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, mathematicians, writers,

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Dr. Max Born & What Music Can Do For Your Kids – November 2011

We wish all our readers a very Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving. Classical music has the power to motivate, inspire, educate and soothe pain. No one is immune from the power of music. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, mathematicians, writers, and teachers have studied and played

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Dr. Edward Teller & The Treorchy Male Choir – October 2011

October 2011 is the Fifth Anniversary of “Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips” and the Fourth Anniversary of “Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show”. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, mathematicians, authors, and teachers have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent

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Ernest Ansermet & Music In The ICU – September 2011

We are beginning a new school year which is a new opportunity to begin using classical music in the classrooms during class and in the hallways and on school buses to and from school. Classical music playing in the back ground helps students to relax, allowing them

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Anna Fontaine Moyer & Secrets to Stop Students Boredom – August 2011

We are beginning a new school year which is a new opportunity to begin using classical music in the classrooms during class, in the hallways, in the lunch room, and on school buses to and from school. Classical music played in the background helps students learn to

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Dr. Richard Feynman & Tips for Fun Summer Learning – July 2011

We want to wish all of our readers a Happy July 4th! Remember to start your day right by listening to Classical music which has the power to improve your mood, make you smarter, help you work faster with more accuracy, improves health and healing, grows healthier

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Woodrow Wilson & Singing As A Key To Parkinson’s Therapy – June 2011

We are dedicating this Father’s Day to honoring men who are scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, writers and musicians. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. Remember no one is immune

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Mary Chernick Leader & Science Standards with Music and Dance – May 2011

We want to wish all of our readers a very Happy Mother’s Day! One mother recently said, “Mothers are the quiet unsung heroes!” Mothers are more concerned about their children’s needs then their own. (Selflessness) Mothers love their children with their whole heart and are willing to

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Gaston Julia & Music Therapy – April 2011

We want to wish all of our readers a Happy Passover and a Happy Easter! Remember to start your day right by listening to Classical music which has the power to improve your mood, make you smarter, help you work faster with more accuracy, improves health and

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