Thursday, August 18, 2011

Operation Harmony Bringing Music to Wounded Vets

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Modern music therapy has its foundation in the treatment of WWII veteran's. A story out of Texas reminds us about how powerful music is as an agent of healing for war veterans. Operation Harmony seeks to bring instruments and music lessons to our wounded warriors. It sounds like the program is experiencing great success! It is also very cool that the great-niece of Gen. George Patton is running this gig!

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