Friday, January 19, 2018

Two Upright Pianos For Sale - Available at Mozart, Einstein & Me in Benicia!

Ernest Gable & Brother - $1700. Built in the early 1900's. Unique design with built-in iron candelabras. Truly a showpiece. Great tone, recently tuned.

Steinway: Built late 1800's. Recently cleaned and tuned. Wonderful Steinway tones. $3000.

Both pianos are available for review at our Benicia location. Store is open 7 days a week. Please call ahead at 707-746-7565.








Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Dr. Eureka Game Is A Whole Lot Of Fun!


Stan shows off the Dr. Eureka game. Fun for all ages!

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At Mozart Einstein & Me, we have one of the largest selections of right-brain enhancing learning tools and games, along with unique gifts, most of which have been created in Europe. It is always changing based on our latest finds while holding on to outstanding best sellers. Most of the gifts and learning tools and games in our store are under $20, so they are perfect for birthday parties, gifts for young children all the way to adults.

We also have unique greeting cards, inexpensive artwork, music boxes, and a thousand more things, along with all of our musical offerings such as guitars, accessories, sheet music, strings, ukeleles, and a lot more. Come check it out for yourself, and see if you don’t say, “This is my favorite new store!"

Monday, January 15, 2018

How Music Can Heal Our Brain and Heart | Kathleen M. Howland


Music therapy is an ancient and yet very modern practice that has the power to heal and transform our brains and bodies in significant ways. Kathleen Howland, speech language and music therapist explains how music really does have the power to heal our brain and heart.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Making Music From Space!


There is no sound in space. In the near-vacuum of space, there is nothing to transmit the physical waves that we need to perceive sound. But that doesn't mean we can't MAKE sound from space. This week, I feature several artists using scientific data to create "space sonification" projects. From the longest palindrome ever created to a chorus created from Earth's magnetic field, these pieces lie at the intersection of art and science. More than just art, they allow us to perceive patterns in complex data in a completely new way

Perhaps it answers the question: If the universe had a voice, what song would it sing?

Thursday, January 11, 2018

How Does Your Immune System Work? - Emma Bryce


The immune system is a vast network of cells, tissues, and organs that coordinate your body’s defenses against any threats to your health. Without it, you’d be exposed to billions of bacteria, viruses, and toxins that could make something as minor as a paper cut or a seasonal cold fatal. So how does it work? Emma Bryce takes you inside the body to find out.

Lesson by Emma Bryce, animation by Cabong Studios.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Incremental-Sized Guitars by Cordoba Great For New Students


Stan shows off a new line of incremental-sized guitars by Cordoba. Perfect guitar choice for beginners and can expand into larger sizes when desired.

https://mozarteinsteinme.com/

At Mozart Einstein & Me, we have one of the largest selections of right-brain enhancing learning tools and games, along with unique gifts, most of which have been created in Europe. It is always changing based on our latest finds while holding on to outstanding best sellers. Most of the gifts and learning tools and games in our store are under $20, so they are perfect for birthday parties, gifts for young children all the way to adults.

We also have unique greeting cards, inexpensive artwork, music boxes, and a thousand more things, along with all of our musical offerings such as guitars, accessories, sheet music, strings, ukeleles, and a lot more. Come check it out for yourself, and see if you don’t say, “This is my favorite new store!"

Friday, January 5, 2018

6 Benefits Of Music - How Music Can Help


Everywhere you look, (or I guess listen), music is all around us. It's on the television we watch, the commercials trying to sell us something and in all forms of entertainment you can think of. The use of music to infuse a particular feeling or emotion is abundant and effective everywhere.

Music as a sales tool is well known and powerful, but what about using music as a form of therapy? If commercials and television can project a certain feeling with it, then why can't we use it to invoke the same response for ourselves in a positive manner?

When going through a divorce, music played a large role in helping me feel better. At the time, it didn't matter how, but playing music made me feel better, so that's what I did. I listened to it, which encouraged me to learn it. The more I practiced, the more it helped me feel better.

There are many different ways in which music can assist in getting through difficult times. And many of those qualities can help anyone struggling with change.

Reduces Stress: Some music when listened to can help reduce stress and anxiety. Listening to soft, soothing music is often used in the practice of meditation to help calm the mind.

Helps With Depression: Depression can be a very debilitating stage we go through when recovering from some loss. Listening to music can release endorphins, making us feel better, even if it's just a little, it can help bring you up.

Builds Confidence: When taking music to the next level, like learning how to play the guitar, the benefits of music become more intense. Learning something new can do great things for your confidence, very useful when times are tough.

Teaches Discipline: Once again, when taking on an activity like learning the guitar, discipline is needed in order to advance with it. In order to get better at playing an instrument, you need to practice and discipline assists in keeping you motivated to practice.

Promotes Teamwork: If you enjoy playing and become confident with it, you may start looking at joining a band. When joining to play with others, teamwork is essential in having a successful partnership.

Social Outlet: Music has always been the center of social gatherings. It's an opportunity for people to have something to discuss and share experiences with. From the big arena to the small venue down the street, music brings people together socially.

Music plays a critical role in our lives, from how we feel about ourselves to being around others with the same interest. When looking for something to help bring some interest back into your life, music can be an excellent opportunity to learn and discover more about yourself.


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