Humanizing, harmonizing effects of music aren’t a myth: Listening to music from other cultures furthers one’s pro-diversity belief — ScienceDaily

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***The Powers of Music Series: Understanding Other Cultures***

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          Music is the most powerful of the arts in many ways. I often share posts that speak to the healing power of music, to its integration into traditional medical practice. Today’s post looks at the strong impact music can have on our attitudes toward others not of our own cultural heritage. I found it on Yo-Yo Ma’s blog–he and his Silk Road project embody the power of music to bring people together and to foster understanding among cultures. This study comes out of the University of Arizona.

Read…Explore…Reflect…Listen…Learn…Share!

Source: Humanizing, harmonizing effects of music aren’t a myth: Listening to music from other cultures furthers one’s pro-diversity belief — ScienceDaily

 

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