Madeline’s Blog Articles

“The Real Roots Music of America: Music In Jamestown? The Mystery Continues” – June 2007

On May 8, 2007, the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown ,1607-2007, was celebrated at the White House with music played throughout the day and evening. President and Mrs. Bush greeted Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, on the White House lawn with a

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“Cancer Patients Turn Appreciative Hearts, Ear to N.C. Symphony’s ‘Treatment'” – May 2007

The nations teacher of the year is Granite Falls music teacher, Andrea Peterson. On April 26,2007, she was honored at the White House in the Rose Garden by President Bush who also spoke about the teachers at Virginia Tech for their heroism , their devotion and dedication

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“Local Mom Works with A Smile On Her Face and a Song in Her Heart” – April 2007

Music has the power to motivate, inspire, and to soothe pain. In a hospital , a patient finds her voice after a stroke when her favorite song is played. She sings the words to the song and remembers her voice. Students in a elementary school classroom listen

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“Got Board? Take tips from Gastro-Genius” – March 2007

In newspapers across the United States, Canada, New Zealand, India and South Africa the healing power of music is being used to help students learn in school and at home and help adults to move better and relax. Volunteer musicians are playing concerts at the bedside of

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“The Tango Effect” And “The Sound of Music” – February 2007

In newspapers across the United States , the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy and Egypt the healing power of music is being used to help students learn in school and at home and help adults to move better and relax. Volunteer musicians are playing concerts at the bedside

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“The Healing Power Of Music” And “Stringing Together Notes of Hope and Love” – January 2007

The healing power of music. In newspapers across the United States, Canada , Scotland and in Venezuela music is being used to help students and patients learn in school and relax after having surgery, volunteer musicians are playing concerts at the bedside of patients in exchange for

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“How Art Therapy Could Help You Stay Healthier” And “The Doctors Are In” – December 2006

The healing power of music. In newspapers across the United States, in Canada, and in Ireland music is being used to help patients relax after having surgery, help critically ill patients in intensive care units to mend, volunteer musicians are playing concerts at the bedside of patients,

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Bedtime Beats and “Where Psychology Meets Music” – November 2006

This is the 250th anniversary of Mozart’s birth. Classical music has tremendous healing power. In newspapers across the United States, music is being used to help patients relax after having surgery, help critically ill patients in intensive care units to mend, volunteer musicians are playing concerts at

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Use Music Yourself And “Volunteer Musicians Give Patients Bedside Concerts” – October 2006

In newspapers across the United States, music is being used to help patients relax after having surgery, help critically ill patients in intensive care units to mend, and volunteer musicians are playing concerts at the bedside of patients. The articles are listed below with more musical tips:

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