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Elements of Music

  • Concertos Violin, cello, harpsichord, orchestra
  • Harpsichord marks time and grounds listener
  • Violin elicits precise focus Intricate melodic structures seamlessly integrated together
  • Weaves between fast and slow tempos
  • Strong rhythms invite active mental and physical engagement
  • Slower rhythms (60-72 beats/min.) entrain suck/swallow/breathe synchrony and quiet, alert learning state
  • High spectral predominance
  • Used later in a listening program when sensory modulation issues have improved


Clinical Applications

  • Refinement of postural activation, core activation, and breath activation
  • Refinement of connection
  • Refinement of modulation
  • Refinement of attention and receptive learning (i.e. spelling, vocabulary, facts)

Bach for Modulation Modified

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