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Guest Blog: Everyone Can Sing! – Jack Peters

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Think You Can't Sing? Science Doesn't Believe You

These words break our hearts every time we hear them: "I’m tone deaf. I can’t sing." It’s…

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Using Music To Boost Hearing In Noisy Environments

Careful listening and pitch training may help reduce the effects of hearing loss, according to…

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Using Music And Rhythm To Develop Grammar

NPR reports on research at Vanderbilt University showing a correlation in children between good…

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How Communal Singing Disappeared From American Life - The Atlantic

Barbershoppers can sometimes take for granted the easy joy of singing together.  We get to do it…

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The Idea of "Talent" Is Toxic to Childhood Development | Time.com

Time.com's IDEAS section highlights a truth that will bring a sad nod of recognition to most…

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Music transformed this young man with autism. Now he's out to unlock talent in others.

Rex Lewis-Clack was born with autism and blindness, but his early discovery of piano changed his…

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Researchers working with Eric Whitacre demonstrate direct health benefits of singing

"Singing is something that many people inherently feel is good for them and relaxes them. But to…

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Music-making for adults: New Horizons International Music Association

Imagine a confederation of music groups for adults that provides: ...entry points to music making…

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Choir singing may boost cancer patients' health, study says - CNN.com

Singing might become a new prescription for cancer patients. A new study has found an association…