I’m assuming you’re talking about the Solfeggieto of C.P. E Bach(son of Johann Sebastian Bach). I’m sure you can get it at Vanderbilt or Lyra.
My husband just forwarded this link to me:
Thought others here would find it interesting.
I have a puppy who is (mostly) of a breed known to tend towards aggression but he is very sweet natured, partly because we try to raise him with love and positive, not negative reinforcement but I wonder if hearing me play a lot might have an effect. Years ago when I was living ‘back to the land’ (how I miss those days) I would play out in the barn to the sheep and goats, chickens etc and they calmed down and were less stressed. There is a way, in which playing traditional folk tunes, leaning against a fencepost, or propped up on a feed-bin really helps you get the soul into the music. Also all farmers know that having a radio in the barn helps cattle (or goats) make a better milk yield. I do wonder if the puppy is doing better because he hears me on the harp most every night. Thanks for sharing this interesting article.
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