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Buried Pleasures


Nov 28, 2020

Join PollyAnnamazing and her special guest Guy W. Stoker as they discuss correlations in music therapies and the way we can incorporate that into learning about how music intersects with neuroscience.
 
For more information on Guy W.Stoker you can find him on Instagram, Twitter, FaceBook , and LinkedIn
Ictal Variations can be found here:
https://youtu.be/NvPVYSo_ae4
 
Suzannah Clarke’s performing Guy’s composition Flying High
https://youtu.be/ikioXe9r9yQ
 
According to http://www.hurdygurdy.org/pdfs/hghistory.pdf the Hurdy Gurdy was a folk instrument  dated back to the 12th and 13th centuries.
Looking up info on Hurdy Gurdys lead me to this gem of a website for a real live modern day pirate band called Storm Seeker! (I have no rights to or affiliation to this music or this band. It is all copyrighted music.)
https://www.storm-seeker.com/
 
Theme music:
“Howling At The Moon”
by D Fine Us
 
Creative Director:
Clarissa Scurlock
 
Graphic Art: Imagine Designs
 
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