Madeline’s Blog Articles

Musical Founding Fathers & A Happy 4th! Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/ Article for July 2015

On the “Fourth of July” the United States celebrates the publication of the Declaration of Independence from Great Britain in 1776. It is important to remember that many of our Founding Fathers, our best thinkers and role models, like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry,

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Academic Scholar Shalni Kumar and Father’s Day Wishes! Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for June 2015

Academic Scholar Shalni Kumar and Father’s Day Wishes! Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for June 2015 We are dedicating this Father’s Day blog to Fathers who are their children’s first role models and teachers; putting their children first. These fathers are engineers, scientists, medical doctors,

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Academic Scholar Joshua Scott & Mother’s Day Wishes: Madeline’ s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for May 2015

We are dedicating this Mother’s Day blog to Mothers who are their children’s first role models and teachers; putting their children’s welfare first. These mothers are teachers, scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, accountants, lawyers, artists, writers, secretaries, and musicians. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their

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“Teachers’ Lifetime Achievement Award” winners: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for April 2015

“Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show” presents its highest award, the 2015 “Teachers’ Lifetime Achievement Award” to Jeanne Golner, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Maryl Case. They leave lasting legacies to generations of students they have inspired, motivated and encouraged for successful futures. Our article of the month for

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Criminal Behavior Deterred by Playing Classical Music: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for March 2015

Criminal Behavior Deterred by Playing Classical Music: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for March 2015 This month our blog/article and radio show shares how classical music deters crime. Dr. Madeline Frank’s Musical One Minute Radio Show for March 2015: How does playing Classical & Baroque

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Noah Webster, Jr. “Father of American Scholarship and Education” and “Founding Father”: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for February 2015

Our blog and Radio Show celebrate the life of Noah Webster, Jr. who gave America its own written language and gave America its own education system. Our article of the month for February 2015: “Road Emergencies: New Year ‘s Goal” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Also included

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One Minute Radio Show: 2015

Radio Show feature question for Dec 2015 How did Classical Music play a part of Henry David Thoreau’s life as an author, poet, naturalist, philosopher, abolitionist, historian, surveyor, educator, and musician and what musical instrument did he play? Radio Show feature question for Nov 2015 How did classical music

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John Quincy Adams Diplomat and Statesman: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog For January 2015

Wishing you a New Year filled with hope, promise, new opportunity, and music! What one thing will you do to make it a great one? Remember to start your New Year right by listening to Classical and Baroque music which has the power to make you smarter,

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President Warren Harding a Better Perspective: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog For December 2014

Our Blog and Radio Show features the remarkable accomplishments of President Warren Harding. The article of the month “Do You Sing the Me Me Blues? ”  by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Included are two articles on how studying a musical instrument improves learning and academic performance and

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President Tyler & Judge Tyler, Sr. Scholars, Public Servants, and Musicians: Madeline’s Monthly Blog & Musical Tips for Nov 2014

By playing Classical and Baroque music in your class rooms, in the hallways of your school, in the cafeteria during lunch on school buses, to and from school, and in your home your students will be able to concentrate better on their school work and will be

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