This amazing song and music video features Chill EB, and was released by CCHR (www.CCHRint.org). It’s an eye-opening song about the pharma drugging of our children with psychiatric medications.
In January, MainStreet.com named Grand Rapids, Michigan, 10th on its list of America’s “dying cities.”
From records to boom boxes to CDs and iPods, music has long been part of the lifeblood of being a teenager. Learning math and science in class is not always such a priority.
Geometry is the force that shapes both the sound of music and the novel research of Florida State University composer-theorist Clifton Callender, whose work explores and maps the mathematics of musical harmony.
Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.
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~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Feb. 28, 2011) — Our willingness to listen to music is biological trait and related to the neurobiological pathways affecting social affiliation and communication, suggests a recent Finnish study.
You are in a concert hall, listening to music you love, Ludwig von Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. You are happily awaiting the glorious climax in the fourth movement — you know it’s coming — when the full orchestra and chorus erupt with the “Ode to Joy.” The moment is here and you are exhilarated, awash in a sudden wave of pleasure.
The Pentatonic scale is by far among the most complex and ancient musical scales.
This video segment of one of the finest performances ever witnessed, or heard, in the west on the sitar, in 1967 in Monterey, CA, by Master Ravi Shankar, remains the stuff of legend.
Multiply the music several thousand fold, and you BEGIN, to understand thecomplexity of moringa and Zija®.
DRINK LIFE IN!®
~ Uncle Russ
Monterey Pop Festival 1967 – Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Eric Burdon, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Ravi Shankar & more
We exist despite the sober formality of great concert halls, despite the boredom of classical musicians’ life, despite fanatic lovers of classical music, despite fans of rock, rap or pop who are afraid of classical music. We treat our Muse with a humorous irony and we’re sure, she will have nothing against it!”
Elderly people in a new study cut their risk of falling by more than half after they took classes in eurythmics, an exercise-and-music program designed for young children.
The popular expression “music soothes the savage beast” is apparently attributed to different sources of earlier centuries. Whatever the source, the essential message is the same. Music can affect us soothingly, stabilize our emotions, and improve physical and mental health. Of course, that depends on the type of music, doesn`t it?
Radney Foster, Darden Smith, Darius Rucker talk about the making of “Angel Flight.”
Guitar is not an ability that I have but admire so much…enjoy.
~ Un’c Russ
John Williams perform the Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo on the guitar.
(NaturalNews) Northwestern University scientists have pulled together a review of research into what music — specifically, learning to play music — does to humans. The result shows music training does far more than allow us to entertain ourselves and others by playing an instrument or singing. Instead, it actually changes our brains.
For decades research has shown that listening to music alleviates anxiety and depression, enhances mood, and can increase cognitive functioning, such as spatial awareness.
(NaturalNews) Researchers from Northwestern University recently published a series of data in the journal Nature Reviews Neuroscience, revealing that music plays an important role in nervous system development. According to various, diverse scientific literature, musical training improves the brain’s overall ability to learn new things.
ScienceDaily (May 27, 2010) — Some 98 to 99 percent of the population has, at some point, been “infected” with a song they just can’t seem to shake off. This common phenomenon has rarely been researched, until Andréane McNally-Gagnon, a PhD student at the University of Montreal Department of Psychology, decided to examine the issue in an ongoing investigation.
It has been widely reported that in early Alzheimer’s and dementia patients Zija assists along with symphonic music.
~ Uncle Russ
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have shown that patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are better able to remember new verbal information when it is provided in the context of music even when compared to healthy, older adults.