New Music: Don’s Song by Lyndon Delano Moss, has hit the internet
The new and exciting guitar composition titled Don’s Song was composed by guitarist Lyndon Delano Moss.
Don’s Song is a poignant recollection of the time when Lyndon Delano Moss taught his infant son Don to walk nearly two decades ago.
It might seem rather amusing to the average person that a father was so excited to see his son walk that he tapped and sang a four four rhythm – one, two, three, four, as the little one struggled to stay on his feet and to walk without falling over.
Don’s Song by Lyndon Delano Moss is widely distributed and can be found on major music outlets including Amazon Music, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Spotify, Shazam, YouTube Music.
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The story and science of Don's Song by Lyndon Delano Moss
Don's Song by Lyndon Delano Moss is widely distributed and can be found on major music outlets including Amazon Music, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Spotify, Shazam, YouTube Music.
Lyndon Delano Moss‘ theory that a child could walk to rhythm is now verified by scientific research
Neuroscientist and musician Dr. Jessica Grahn also asked if music rhythms have an impact on movement. Her fascinating study showed that movement centers in the brain are activated whenever people hear musical rhythms. She is now using the research findings to help people with movement disorders to move.
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