Madeline’s Blog Articles

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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The Right Music to Study By- October 2013

October 2013 is the seventh Anniversary of “Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog” and the sixth Anniversary of “Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show”. By playing Classical music in your class rooms, in the hallways of your school, in the cafeteria during lunch and on school

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Maryl Arbuckle Case, Master Mathematics Teacher and Violinist – September 2013

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 background helps students to relax, allowing them to

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10 Secrets to Stop Student Boredom & Inspire Them – August 2013

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 lunchroom, and on school buses to and from school. Classical music played in the background helps students learn to relax,

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Astronaut Colonel Catherine "Cady" Coleman And Tips On Motivation – July 2013

Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for July 2013 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

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Maestro Vincent La Selva: Radio Show 2013 Teacher of the Year – June 2013

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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Madame Curie, Piano Player And Law School Homework at 8 Years old – May 2013

We are dedicating this Mother’s Day blog to honoring women who are scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, writers and musicians. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. One mother recently said, “Mothers are the quiet unsung heroes!” Mothers are more concerned about their

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Dr. Lise Meitner Physicist and Meitnerium – April 2013

Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers and writers have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. Our article of

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