Emotional well-being and Music for people living with dementia

Following below is an enlightening and uplifting quote from Oliver Sacks   Oliver Sacks was a physician, best-selling author, and professor of neurology at the NYU School of Medicine. He was the author of many books, including Musicophilia, Awakenings, and…

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The sounds that drive the MindHarp

    One of the most common questions I am asked about the MindHarp is in connection to the sounds that are at the core of the MindHarp. Where do they come from? Are they just any old sounds? Is…

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Autism, music improvisation and the MindHarp®

After years of ignorance, fear and prejudice regarding autism, neuroscience has begun to really demystify this complex issue, returning us all to a place where our humanity transcends our fears towards those who are ‘different’. It is now understood by…

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Let Music Lead #1

A thought Almost all people intuitively understand that music/sound is a ‘kinda magic’. Few understand that this is really true. Science has more and more research on the enormous influence sound and vibration has on ‘everything’ and more relevantly for us, on…

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Let Music Lead #2

When we created the MindHarp the dream was to create a musical tool that would allow anyone to engage with musical sound. Simply put; we believe that the more people who actively on a more or less regular basis, engage…

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Let Music Lead #3

We all love music, maybe through music we can all learn to love one another. Music is neutral, especially instrumental music. Lyrics added to music are one of the bridges that connect music to the other art forms. Lyrics give…

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