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When music is truly therapeutic

Staff Reporter

BANGALORE: A two-day workshop on music therapy organised at Asha Centre for Developmental Disabilities, managed by the Headquarters Karnataka and Kerala Sub Area Bangalore, in coordination with Nada Centre for Music Therapy, concluded here earlier in the week.

T.V. Sairam, music therapist and president of Nada, presented a lecture demonstration for children with special needs, their parents and special educators.

He said the therapeutic applications of music, ranging from Indian classical to various other types of music in practice. He spoke of individual ragas in particular behavioural situations as having a stimulating or calming effect. The demonstration with the children playing musical instruments was an eye-opener on many musical talents.

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