The Power of Music

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Have you ever listened to a song and it brought tears to your eyes, or found yourself smiling or laughing? It has been found that most people connect to the words in a song or the music itself.

We hear music from the time we are born and probably while we were still in the womb. We started out with lullabies; then, as we grew older we began to choose our own favorite songs. Once we have chosen our favorites we then begin to associate songs with events – that was the songs we danced to at the prom, and the song we fell in love to, and so on.

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Music has a way of soothing our fragile spirits especially after a hard day at work. For some of us classical music can wash away the effects of a long hard day. Sometimes it is the words in a song and sometimes it is just the music itself that touches us. You can put a CD in the player, close your eyes and it can take you to that place. A song from Vienna can have you picturing yourself in a gondola.

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Music has the power to heal. It can heal even a broken heart. If you listen to songs that have an upbeat tempo to them you can find yourself smiling. But if you are depressed listening to sad songs can only make it worse. The next time you are feeling down in the dumps find yourself an upbeat, happy song – and you will find yourself feeling much much better, or even singing along with the music.

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Music for Healing


Easy Piano:

Angels We Have Heard On High
Aura Lee
Brahms’ Lullaby
Camptown Races
Clementine
Deck The Halls

If You’re Hapy And You Know It
I’m A Little Teapot
Jingle Bells
Oh Susanna
Skip To My Lou
The Ash Grove
This Old Man

Up On The Housetop
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
What A Friend We Have In Jesus
Where Has My Little Dog Gone
Yankee Doodle

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Classical / Ragtime Music:

Clair de Lune
Maple Leaf Rag
The Entertainer

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