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Music in the Dentist’s Chair

DentistI get stressed out going to the dentist! Do you?!

I was recently getting my teeth cleaned and I noticed the music that was playing. To be honest, it wasn’t my favorite. (I guess that’s what harpists notice when we’re out and about!)

I commented to my dental hygienist about this and she said each hygienist makes their own choices. I asked her if she would be open to something more relaxing – to help her and all her patients relax during the stress of these visits. She said. “Yes, as long as it’s on Pandora!”

I told her she was in luck! Several of my harp CDs are on Pandora. Click here for more information.

Next time I go to the dentist, I’ll be very curious to hear what music she is playing! I hope in the months that have passed, she has graced her patients with healing harp music to help keep them calm during these sometimes stressful visits.

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Research on the Harp

Research ReportWe recently received a new up-dated list of many harp research studies that have been completed. As we reviewed the list, we are excited to report, there’s a whole lot more work that’s been done in this field of healing harp. If you would like a copy of this up-dated list, please contact us.

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If my harp could talk…

Photo of Tami Briggs with Folk HarpThe harp I take to all of my gigs was made by David Kortier in Duluth, MN. I purchased it from him because of its warm, buttery sound, providing comforting and soothing sounds to those I play for. It has 34 strings, purchased a few days before 9-11-01.

Lately, I’ve been reflecting on all the things this harp has “witnessed.” It has been on an incredible adventure with many, many more miles to go before resting!! I feel blessed to own this most special instrument, providing therapeutic healing harp music to those I connect with.

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