Music

Video: Grace

Inspired by a story told to him by the great Australian writer Alan Marshall, Dr. Diamond discusses the concept of grace: in movement, in sports, and in music.

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Video: The Didgeridoo and the Trombidoo

Dr. Diamond discusses his history of his relationship with the didgeridoo, and how it led to the creation of a new instrument with high Life Energy, the trombidoo. One in the “Music for Healing” series of informal talks.

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Video: Van Beinum and His Timpanist

An appreciation of the great Dutch conductor Eduard van Beinum (1901-1959) – and his remarkable timpanist. From the “Music for Healing” series of informal talks by John Diamond, M.D.

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Video: Early Experiences in Music Healing

Dr. Diamond recalls his early experiences in using music for healing. From the “Music for Healing” series of informal talks by John Diamond, M.D.

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Video: Finding Beethoven

Dr. Diamond shows how, by comparing different recordings of the same work, one can “find” the composer. From the “Music for Healing” series of informal talks by John Diamond, M.D.

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“The Genesis of Music”

All music is given to us as an expression of love and we give it on as another expression of love. From the heart to the heart.
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“True Music”

Our breathing changes
with every thought,
with every feeling,
with every movement,
and likewise
our heart rate.
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“The Healing Power of Music”

Of all the physical modalities, music most activates the life energy and uplifts the soul. Only pure love can do more.
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“The Circle of Love”

This is probably the simplest and most direct statement that I can make about music.
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“Beethoven’s Love for His Mother”

“I found my mother still alive but in a most deplorable state; the disease was consumption, and about seven weeks ago, after much pain and suffering, she died. She was such a kind, loving mother to me, and my best friend. Ah, who was happier than I when I could still utter the sweet name, mother, and it was heard?

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