MEE in the Key of Peace

If you struggle with sleep, are getting admitted to the hospital or just can’t relax, after listening to “MEE-Music Exercising Emotions Concert,**” listen to “MEE-Music Exercising Emotions in the Key of Peace.” Developed over a five-year period, this recording may be used for insomnia, road rage, high blood pressure, hospital stays or sleep disorders — if the listener likes violin music. It evolved from Judith’s original recording, which significantly reduced high blood pressure levels, replacing post-surgical medication for a loved one in a hospital. Dozens of personal performances followed with music selected by audiences within a special format that evolved into “MEE in the Key of Peace.”

Judith Pinkerton performs 33 classical favorites on solo violin with music combined to sound nonstop, featuring classical, folk and world music styles. Tempos are played moderately fast at the beginning of Track 1, creating mildly energizing music. The music slows and soothes through Track 2. The listener may move into a relaxed or drowsy state by the end. Researchers have reported a state of relaxation for subjects listening to Brahm’s “Lullaby,” Saint-Saens’ “The Swan,” Schubert’s “Serenade” and “Ave Maria.”  Time: 52:27

“When my husband is out of town, I usually can’t sleep well. Judith’s Peace CD has solved this problem.”  ~ Dr. S. Cadwallader, Texas

This list of music from “MEE in the Key of Peace” can be sampled when you become a Music 4 Life® member.

  • Strauss’ “On the Beautiful Blue Danube”
  • “Carnival of Venice”
  • Kreisler’s “Schon Rosmarin”
  • Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherezade”
  • Bach’s “Preludio in E major”
  • Bach’s “Gavotte en Rondeau”
  • Bach’s “Loure” Dvorak’s “Humoresque”
  • Brahms’ “Hungarian Dance #5”
  • Liszt’s “Hungarian Rhapsody #2”
  • Bizet’s “Habanera from Carmen”
  • “La Cumparsita”
  • Mozart’s “Cadenza from Violin Concerto in G major”
  • Haydn’s “Serenade”
  • Gabriel-Marie’s “La Cinquintaine”
  • Schubert’s “Serenade”
  • Tchaikovsky’s “Canzonetta”
  • “Greensleeves”
  • Bach’s “Adagio in G minor”
  • Von Biber’s “Passacaglia”
  • “Hatikvoh”
  • “Danny Boy”
  • Wieniaswski’s “Souvenir de Moscow”
  • “Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes”
  • “Saint-Saens’ The Swan”
  • “Ravel’s Pavane”
  • Schumann’s “Traumerei”
  • Mendelssohn’s “Andante from Violin Concerto in E minor”
  • Schubert’s “Ave Maria”
  • Bach-Gounod’s “Ave Maria”
  • “Shenandoah” Bishop’s “Home Sweet Home”
  • Brahms’ “Lullaby”

** It is recommended in the Music Medicine Protocol, to follow the USE method by listening to the MEE Concert CD first, then MEE in the Key of Peace.

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