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    Music Memory - Don Breithaupt

    Music Memory is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, offering the "Music For Memory Project":  a program based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia, by providing them with iPods containing personalized music. For more information, visit alz.to.

    This week's Music Memory is from Don Breithaupt. Don is an Emmy Award-winning composer, singer, and keyboardist, producer, and author.  He’s written for several television series, films, and for a number of recording artists.  Besides being a first call keyboardist for artists like Kim Mitchell, Don also performs with Brass Tranzit, a celebrated Chicago tribute band, and leads his own group Monkey House.  Don and his brother Jeff composed and created The Breithaupt Brothers’ Songbook, with regular showcases in New York and Toronto, featuring artists like Jackie Richardson, Lea Delaria, Denzal Sinclaire, Sarah Slean, Brent Carver, and Kate McGarry.

    Music Memory - Mark Yearwood

    Music Memory is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, offering the "Music For Memory Project":  a program based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia, by providing them with iPods containing personalized music. For more information, visit alz.to.

    This week's Music Memory comes to us via listener Mark Yearwood! Mark is the founder and executive Director of Kids in the Wood Initiative (K.I.W.I.), an organization dedicated to reconnecting children and youth to nature, through adventure-play and mentoring in the great outdoors.  For more information, visit www.kidsinthewoodsinitiative.org.

    Music Memory - Lauren Kinhan

    Music Memory is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, offering the "Music For Memory Project":  a program based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia, by providing them with iPods containing personalized music. For more information, visit alz.to.

    This week's Music Memory come from vocalist, and New York voices member, Lauren Kinhan.

    “I vividly remember loving a song from Carole King's ‘Fantasy’ LP that my mom particularly loved.  I'm not sure how the subject matter was so relatable for a 10 year old, but I connected to it.  I loved the images:  ‘weekday mornings, coffee smell in the air, after you've gone and the children have left for school ...’ I was hooked.  I wanted to know what happened next.  I was so proud when I could sing the ending melody, ‘cuz I'm your woman and you are my man.’

    Music Memory - Kevin Hopper

    Music Memory is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, offering the "Music For Memory Project":  a program based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia, by providing them with iPods containing personalized music. For more information, visit alz.to.

    This week's Music Memory comes from Kevin Hopper. Kevin is a long-time listener and avid Jazz fan who also works as a voice artist, specializing in imitations.

    Music Memory - Mike Downes

    Music Memory is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, offering the "Music For Memory Project":  a program based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia, by providing them with iPods containing personalized music. For more information, visit alz.to.

    This week's Music Memory comes from Mike Downes. Mike is one of the busiest bassists in Canada, in demand as a player, composer, arranger, and educator.  Besides leading his own ensembles and as an integral part of Molly Johnson’s ensemble, Mike has also  appeared with the likes of Diana Krall, Oliver Jones, and PJ Perry, as well as Michael Brecker, Phil Woods and Chris Potter.  Mike is the Head of the Bass department at the Humber College School of Music.

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