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Keys to the Kingdom: Reflections on Music and the Mind, Kathleen L. Housley

Author:    Kathleen L. Housley

Title:   Keys to the Kingdom: Reflections on Music and the Mind

Binding:   Paper Back

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Wising Up Press June 2010

ISBN Number:    0982726201 / 9780982726204

Seller ID:   97026

KEYS TO THE KINGDOM: Reflections on Music and the Mind Keys to the Kingdom: Reflections on Music and the Mind charts the course of an unusual odyssey. For nearly a decade, Kathleen Housley played piano with Katrina Withey, a gifted musician partially paralyzed from a stroke. To understand those times in their playing when disabilities disappeared in a shimmer of grace, Housley wrote brief reflections, turning to neuroscience and history for deeper insight. Some are as complex as a fugue. Others are as simple as a finger exercise on the C scale. Yet sounding throughout the reflections is a sublime theme-the importance of friendship. "I am certain I will return to this book many times-to prevent music from becoming solely intellectual, friendship simply casual, and life experiences reduced to a progression of day-to-day events. Each chapter is a fresh and enlighteninglook at the power of music throughout time, and a moving glimpse into evoking the eternal power between friends." Pamela J. Perry, D.M.A., Professor of Music, Central Connecticut State University "Kathleen Housley has written a sensitive account of friendship, courage, and the power of music to unite and heal. Her observations are sealed with a light touch of metaphors, never too much, always growing from the real experience." Richard T. Lee, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Trinity College "Keys to the Kingdom is more than an inspirational story. It brilliantly connects neurology, music, language, and the overall sense of being. All rehabilitation specialists should read this book to appreciate the holistic nature of recovery and well-being." Mary Purdy, Ph.D., Department of Communication Disorders, Southern Connecticut State University Kathleen L. Housley is the author of four books of non-fiction and one book of poetry. She has written for numerous journals including Image, Isotope, The Christian Century, and Ars Medica.

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