Monday, 18 May 2015

confirmation: there is a Music Therapist working in Stratheden Hospital

I heard it yesterday from a colleague, the former Programme Leader of the MSc Music Therapy (Nordoff Robbins) at Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh.

There is a Music Therapist working in Stratheden Hospital, a QMU graduate.

My eldest son is starting the MSc in music therapy at QMU in September this year, leaving his day job in the oil industry:

from PTC Live Global 2014 Mass, USA


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Published on Apr 30, 2015
Listen to the new album in full, then buy : http://bit.ly/getdayjob
Full track list with direct links:
01 - 0:00 - High Girders
02 - 3:57 - Daisy
03 - 7:38 - Day Job
04 - 12:11 - Way it Goes
05 - 15:23 - Off the Cliff
06 - 17:22 - Well Worthwhile
07 - 19:52 - Cold Stares
08 - 23:38 - Where is the Love?
09 - 27:12 - Two Kinds of Blue
10 - 32:32 - When You Sleep
11 - 35:16 - Walking Down the Road
12 - 38:41 - Harder I Work

All 12 tracks plus another 4 bonus tracks available on CD and bandcamp download.

http://tattierecords.com/dayjob

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Dundee Piano website
I remember well buying the piano from someone in Rigside, Lanark, where we lived at the time and bringing it round to our council house in a wheelbarrow.  My 3 sons got piano lessons from Mrs Whitefield in Lanark.  They also learned a number of other instruments over the years, including flute, clarinet, accordion, violin, bass/accoustic guitar and drums.  My two younger sisters graduated from the RSAMD.  Music appreciation runs in and through our family.  It's generational.


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