"We Are All Connected" was made from sampling Carl Sagan's Cosmos, The History Channel's Universe series, Richard Feynman's 1983 interviews, Neil deGrasse Tyson's cosmic sermon, and Bill Nye's Eyes of Nye Series, plus added visuals from The Elegant Universe (NOVA), Stephen Hawking's Universe, Cosmos, the Powers of 10, and more. It is a tribute to great minds of science, intended to spread scientific knowledge and philosophy through the medium of music.
Listening is a multi-dimensional dynamic process. Ways of listening are many fold. These ways of listening are based on experience, habit and training...
Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: Are we really listening to our surroundings? How can we each listen to heal ourselves and to inject some calmness into our busy lives? A most refreshing and poetic entry written by Pauline Oliveros.
Editor's Note fromMayu Kawata: Music can be the best medicine for everyone. We all are rhythmic beings after all. In this TEDxYouth Talks episode, Board-Certified Music Therapist Tim Ringgold shares his intimate and touching story of how music and people have a powerful relationship.
Editor's Note fromMayu Kawata:This video goes in-depth on the importance of music therapy, for all. From small children to elders, music is an integral part of our lives, with evidence proving that one achieves more than when music is not used. The wide benefits of music therapy and its integration into the medical setting is discussed in interviews with Lorrie Kubicek MT-BC, Dr. Lisa Wong M.D, Diane Tow MT-BC, and Kathleen Howland Ph.D MT-BC.
Editor's Note fromMayu Kawata:World renowned conductor Benjamin Zander explains the different dimensions of classical music. With topics ranging from the misinterpretation of "tone deaf," the logic behind composing classical music, to inspiring ways classical music reaches people's hearts, Benjamin Zander delightfully shares his passion for classical music in this TED Talks episode.
Process versus product. Generally when I give an introductory talk about music therapy, I begin by making the comparisons between Music for Leisure, Music Education, and Music Therapy...
Editor's Note fromMayu Kawata: Music therapy is still misunderstood by some, and the wrong questions are asked about it. Music therapist Antoinette Morrison gives a heart-felt explanation of how music therapy differs from its misinterpretation, along with what music therapy means to her.
Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: Music therapy hosts multitudes of benefits for individuals with a variety of special needs. This video encapsulates the essence of this diversity. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports on the versatility of music in a medical setting, but the difficulty of quantifying its effectiveness.
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