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October 20, 2017
Is Music Really Good for the Brain? Is Music Really Good for the Brain?
by Jennifer Vose

Undoubtedly, most of us have entertained the notion at one time or another that if we listen to music, like that of Mozart, we might do better in school, be more productive and creative at work, or even become smarter. If so, we can all admit to being mesmerized by the Mozart effect - the belief that listening to Mozart's music, in particular, can lead to enhanced intellectual and cognitive capabilities. In the mid-1990s, even the governor of Georgia was so moved by this theory that he allocated money in the state budget for nearly every newborn to be sent home from the hospital not only with essential baby supplies and nervous parents, but a CD of Mozart's music as well...

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November 18, 2016
Christmas Performance Guide Christmas Performance Guide
by Fabrizio Ferrari

It's simple. Just ask yourself: How to get ready for a dazzling, impressive Christmas music performance? What music should you play? What's the best way to practice for the performance? How can you avoid freaking out in front of the audience?

Well... I'm here to guide you and answer your questions with this fun, practical manual that I'm sure will make your Christmas performance a blast!

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