January 29, 2019

One of the most unusual instruments I play is hammered dulcimer.  Tuning and number of strings vary from country to country.  Generally, in the US and Western Europe, the hammered dulcimer has fifteen to sixteen courses per bridge.  Each course has two to three strings...

January 16, 2019

A soprano belting out an aria on stage.  A third grader playing a not-so-tuneful version of hot cross buns on a recorder.  An Irish session in a pub.  A marching band stepping in formation across the field. An impromptu drum circle in the park.  A choir joined in prais...

January 8, 2019

I recently read an interesting journal article about music therapy in hospice titled “Music Therapy When Death is Imminent: a Phenomenological Inquiry”.  Phenomenology is an approach that is more concerned with the subjective experiences of a few rather than with quant...

January 1, 2019

Have you made any New Years resolutions?  Are you familiar with the SMART acronym for goal setting? 

Specific—Being specific isn’t just about numbers.  Want to start an exercise program?  What kind of exercise are you wanting to do? 

Measurable—Once again,...

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