A surprising juxtaposition of the seventeenth century with classical times.
Also seen on Twitter via @ralphsierra. All I know is it's a rare time when music isn't playing in my house. Guess that's a good thing.
BBC - Teaching stroke patients to sing could helping them recover http://bit.ly/bymQnm Favourite music could help too http://bit.ly/wGAyS— Ed Yong (@edyong209) February 21, 2010
Seems strange that I was reading the Esquire article about Roger Ebert tonight and found this
Ebert always had music playing in his hospital room, an esoteric digital collection that drew doctors and nurses to his bedside more than they might have been otherwise inclined to visit.
It's clear from the article that music plays a big part in Ebert's life, too.