Thank you so much for joining part 2 of my conversation with music-thanatologist, writer and poet, Jennifer Hollis:

Episode transcript:  Coming soon!

Jennifer Hollis and her harp

Jennifer Hollis and her harp.

Liner Notes graphic

Listen to Jennifer sing and play.

  • Experiencing emotion:  the unacknowledged labor of feeling feelings
  • Music is effective because it’s wordless
  • Pivoting playing at bedsides to virtual music experiences 
  • Unexpected learnings about virtual music and Harps of Comfort
  • Jennifer’s hopes for the future of music-thanatology, using technology to meet distant patient need 
  • Also acclaimed also for her poetry, Jennifer reads “Hurry” by Marie Howe to us as well as one of her own poems in closing

Did you miss part 1 of the conversation with Jennifer? Not to worry, you can get it right here.

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