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LAST PUBLISHED 10 August 2021

How music is good for wellbeing: Edward Breen, musicologist, City Lit

One of the many side-effects of isolation is a compulsion to self-improve, such as learning a language or a new skill. It can become relentless. Musicologist, Edward Breen suggests another path, and one less driven. If we can stop, and allow for some space in our lives, we can rediscover and find things of value, such as a deep listening to music.

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