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Classy Moon

" Healing Cello-Whisper of the Forest "


Artist: Classy Moon

Price: 2,000 yen + tax

JAN: 4580010302128

Release Date: Released on December 4, 2019

■ A moment of bliss, a forest bath of music ...

・ As a "forest whisper", "natural sounds of the forest" such as "birds and insects barking" and "trees buzzing" are laid between songs and in the background to make you feel like you are walking in the "healing forest". ..

・ "Soft tone of cello and piano" and "whisper of the forest" will deliver comfortable "healing" and "peace".

■ Recommended by an active music therapist. Certified as a music therapist in both Japan and the United States
Nozomi Nagasaka, a therapist who actually provides music therapy at facilities for the disabled and nursing care facilities for the elderly, will send you a testimonial.

recorded music
1. Fauré / Sicilienne
2. Mozart / Ave Verum Corpus
3. Elgar / Salut d'Amour
4. Schumann / Troimerai
5. Boccherini / Menuet
6. Bach / Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 Prelude
7. Dvorak / Humoresque
8. Pachelbel / Canon
9. Mendelssohn / On the wings of the song
10. Paradis / Siciliana
11. Saint-Saens / Swan
12. Debussy / Romance
13. Mendelssohn / Songs Without Words
14. Fauré / Elegy

15. Godard / Joslan's childhood song


Hope Nagasaka (Nozomi Nagasaka)

MT-BC (American Music Therapist Qualifications Board Certified Music Therapist)

A music therapist certified by the Japan Music Therapy Association.

Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music, Department of Vocal Music

Completed the Department of Music Therapy and Vocal Music, Faculty of Arts, Illinois State University.

Studied under Ms. Dr. Barbara Reuer, former President of the American Music Therapy Association, in San Diego, California, where she experienced wellness, palliative care music therapy, and drum circle facilitation.

After returning to Japan, I launched Rhythm in Life to help create a better life with music that values ​​emotions and resonating power, here and now, and clinical activities in welfare, education, medical practice and in the community. I do. In addition, as a part-time lecturer at Musashino University and Tokyo Rissho Junior College, and as a drum circle facilitator, I am working to make more people feel the power of music in local communities, companies, and international conferences.

His books include "Music Therapist" (Shinmizusha), and his translations include "Music Therapist Handbook" (ATN Co., Ltd.) and "Together in Rhythm" (ATN Co., Ltd.).

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