06
APR
2013

Be Mindful Of The Great Music Around You!

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“Stop, look and listen, before you cross the street” is a lyric from an elementary school song that teaches us to use our senses before crossing the street. Here at Tanglewood, we would remind you to focus on using your ears! Even when you aren’t expecting to hear music, it might be right in front of you if you stay open to it. Here is a link that we think highlights the idea of staying receptive to music. We all have busy lives with hectic schedules. We just want to remind you to let good music carry you through that craziness.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myq8upzJDJc
(Joshua Bell “Stop and Hear the Music” by Washington Post)

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