Click here to read an article in parenting magazine about Music Together.
Click here to read a fun article about the importance of offering children the opportunity to hear and move to a variety of rhythms during infancy and childhood.
Click here to read an article about how music education aids development of reading skills in children!
Click Hereto read an article and see a video about classes in Southington (not Austin)!
Click here to read a semi-scientific article about the importance of prenatal sound and music!
Click here to read about how music aids development in the womb!
Click here to read "The maternal womb: the first musical school for the baby," which, among other things, talks about the benefits of composing your own lullabies for your baby!
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/life/2008-09/03/content_6993829.htm to read "A Song a Day Keeps the Doctor away!", which is about something we wish were more obvious to EVERYONE: That singing is good for you!
Click Here to read a Pittsburgh perspective on music and mothering!
Click here to read an article about a study showing that newborns can follow a beat!
Click Here or http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28862536/wid/11915773?GT1=31037 to read different articles about the same experiment that shows that we are born with rhythmic sensibilities!
Click here to read a speech by the director of music at the Boston Conservatory about the real meaning of music.
Click here to read an article about the medicinal use of music!
Click hereto read an article calling for national standards in music education, and why music helps children develop in all areas.