Jane Austen And “Support Lacking for New Teachers” – April 2008

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. We are dedicating

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“Music’s Mending Powers” And “In This Class, Math Comes With Music” – February 2008

This Valentine’s Day serenade a loved one with a romantic ballade from your Classical Music library. Remember no one is immune from the power of music. On Friday, Jan 18, 2008, CBS’ The Early Show with co-anchor Harry Smith reported the first documented evidence of a young women, Stacy

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Dr. Sacks And “The Sound of Music Amok in the Mind” – December 2007

Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. No one is immune from the power of music. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, and mathematicians have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into

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“Mental Music” And “Traditional Music Good for Humankind” – November 2007

Music has the power to motivate, inspire, educate and soothe pain. No one is immune from the power of music. Tap on the link to hear the new One Minute Radio Show for November Many of the worlds scientists, medical doctors, and mathematicians have studied and played

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“Medical Varsity Plans E-Library” And “Mozart Makes Everything Sweeter” – October 2007

October 2007 marks the first anniversary of Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips. Music has the power to motivate, inspire, educate and soothe pain. No one is immune from the power of music. CLICK TO HEAR my new One Minute Radio Show (600k mp3 file; right click and SAVE

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“Music As Medicine” And “Music Saved the Street Children of Venezuela” – September 2007

Dr. Oliver Sacks, Professor of Clinical Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, author of Awakenings, has been playing the piano since childhood and continues to play. He uses music to help his patients recover after different illnesses. One of his patients, a stroke victim , was

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“How the Arts Make Kids Smarter” And “Singers Discover the Healing Power of Music” – August 2007

At the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, “the healing power of music was a central theme of the lectures.” These weekly sessions were called “Music For Air”. The lectures were given to medical professionals, music therapists, and

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Top Graduates Across the Country, Scholars & Musicians: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Article for July 2007

Studying music is making a difference in the lives of top graduates across the country. June was graduation month for high schools ,colleges and universities throughout the United States. In South Bend, Indiana 50% of the Valedictorians and Salutatorians, 13 out of 26 top graduates, were musicians

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