Archive for the One Minute Radio Show Category

Music Makes Good Scientists: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for January 2014

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 plants in fewer days, increases sales in stores, and can prevent crime. If school

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One Minute Radio Show: 2014

Radio Show Feature Question for December 2014  How did Classical Music play a part of President Warren Harding’s life and what musical instruments did he play? Radio Show Feature Question for November 2014  How does Classical Music play a part of President John Tyler’s life and his father, Judge

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Dr. James “Jim” Nicholas, Fireman, teacher, and Musician for Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for December 2013

Christmas is fast approaching. This month we have an interview and Radio Show with Dr.  James “Jim” Nicholas, a Fireman, teacher, and musician. Our article of the month is “Roadmap to Your Goals” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Several articles are included on how studying a musical instrument has

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Classical Music Helps Student Performance November 2013

Our holidays, Thanksgiving and Chanukah are fast approaching. Let us give thanks for the blessings we have been given. Our web site has a new look and a new server. Please re-sign up for your newsletter and radio show at http://www.madelinefrankviola.com By playing Classical music in your

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One Minute Radio Show: 2013

Feature Question for December 2013 Dr. James “Jim” Nicholas how does Classical music play a part of your life as a firefighter, former news caster and radio announcer, teacher, composer, editor, amateur botanist and what musical instrument do you play? Feature Question for November 2013 Mrs. Nancy

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One Minute Radio Show: 2012

Feature Question for December 2012 How did Classical music play a part of Laurence Edward Alan “Laurie” Lee’s life as a poet, author, screen writer, musician, father of two daughters, and grandfather and what musical instruments did he play? Feature Question for November 2012 Allan M. Berger

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One Minute Radio Show: 2011

Feature Question for December 2011 How did Classical music play a part Dorothy Sayers life as a mystery author and what musical instruments did she play? Feature Question for November 2011 How did Classical music play a part of Dr. Max Born’s life as a physicists and

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One Minute Radio Show: 2010

Feature Question for December 2010 How does Classical music play a part of Dr. Condoleezza Rice’s life and what musical instrument does she play? Feature Question for November 2010 How does music play a part of Carl Sandburg’s life as a biographer, historian and poet and what

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One Minute Radio Show: 2009

December 2009 Feature Question Elizabeth Hamilton what would your ideal model of a school and classroom look like including Classical music in the background, the pledge of allegiance, prayer and how long would the school day be, and what are the best schools you have worked in and why? December

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One Minute Radio Show: 2008

December 2008 Feature Question How did classical music play a part in Heddy Lamarr and George Antheil’s invention of their “Secret Communication System”, the early form of spectrum?  November 2008 Feature Question How long did Judith Resnik practice her piano each day and what were her SAT

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