Media Coverage

Abrahms, Sally. March 2013. The power of music. AARP Bulletin: vol. 54, no. 2: p. 10,12-13.

Associated Press. 24 July 2009. Trained harpists practice 'prescriptive music': Music-thanatologists use their talents to comfort dying patients. MSNBC.

Associated Press. 25 December 2001. Harpists soothe the dying, comfort families.

Associated Press. 1999. Hospitals use harps to ease patients' suffering.

Beggs, Simon. 30 January 2013. A dose of music for pain relief.

Belluck, Pam. 15 April 2013. Live music's charms, soothing premature hearts. The New York Times, Health.

Borns, Patricia. 24 February 2014. Music therapy enhances hospice patients' quality of life. Miami Herald.

Botti, Deborah J. 14 September 2015. Can harp music help heal heart patients? Times Herald-Record, Health Matters.

Briggs, Bill. 1 June 2009. Music as medicine: Docs use tunes as treatment - Researchers explore how melodies can help regulate heart, boost hormones.

Copping, Jasper. 1 Jan 2006. Harp music 'eases pain in surgery'. The Sunday Telegraph.

Golson, Jennifer. 1 April 2004. The healing harp. The Star-Ledger: p. 53.

Gross, Jane. 20 May 2006. For the families of the dying, coaching as the hours want. The New York Times.

Hollis, Jennifer L. 30 December 2015. Songs of transitions. New York Times: The Opinion Pages.

Hollis, Jennifer L. 2 August 2015. Providing the soundtrack for life's last moments. The New York Times, Business: p. 8.

Kelley, T. 28 August 2006. In the recovery room, music to heal by - Testing a theory that a harp's gentle strains help hearts after surgery. The New York Times, Metro.

Kochman, Marilyn. 2 March 2003. Call it the singing cure. The New York Times: p. 5.

LaFrance, Siona. 19 May 2005. Feel-good music; tuneful therapy programs are part of the routine repertoire at many hospitals and treatment centers, benefiting patients ranging from premature babies to people with Alzheimer's disease. Times-Picayune.

Landau, Elizabeth. 2 September 2013. Playing for time: can music stave off dementia? CNN Health.

Laney, Mary. 11 December 1994. The healing power of harps. Chicago Tribune, Lifestyles.

Lauer-Williams, Kathy. 5 June 2009. Healing that resonates. The Morning Call, Life: p. 1-2.

Leichman, Abigail. 15 Feb 2005. Good vibes. North Jersey Media Group. 7 January 2008. Pets enjoy the healing power of music: Harpists around the country performing for sick and stressed animals. MSNBC.

McCarthy, Brigid. 14 February 2009. Harpist Brings Comfort to Emergency Room. NPR Music, weekend edition.

Nash, Meg. May 2007. Harp therapy strikes the right note. Parents Express: p. 15.

Pedersen-Pietersen, Laura. 10 May 1998. For the dying, music can be more than just a requiem. The New York Times: p. 11.

Ritzel, Rebecca. 19 December 2013. Trio Galilei: Music to the ears of wounded veterans recuperating at Walter Reed. The Washington Post.

Schworm, Peter. 24 December 2006. A harpist's practice in sound therapy: Dedham woman's music at hospital is a salve for patients, families. The Boston Globe.

Stewart, Angela. 14 Nov 2005. Music as medicine hits just the right note. The Star-Ledger.

Tanner, Lindsay. 2 Jan 2006. Plucking strings may help hearts heal. The Philadelphia Inquirer: p. C2.

Was, David. 24 November 2009. Harp therapy: music as medication. NPR on All Things Considered.

Wright, Diane. 8 Feb 2006. Hospital harpists' concert to strum dose of serenity. The Seattle Times.

Help from a harp; its string vibrations resonate within the body and the music is used for relaxation and healing for conditions ranging from cancer to emotional problems. The Richmond Times Dispatch: p. C1.

1999. Harp therapy keys on healing body as well as soul. The Washington Times: p. A2.

2005. Harp's tones bring healing and happiness. The Irish Times Health: p. 5.

2004. Healing harp. National Catholic Reporter: vol. 41, no. 7 p. 3.