Melody Long Anglin
Melody Long Anglin is a season concert artist, harpist and vocalist with a Master's Degree in Musical Performance and a Harp Therapy Certification from the International Harp Therapy Program. She owns Harmonious Life and Health Institute, LLC; a company dedicated to the study of musical sound, for health and healing with emphasis on The Sound Prescription® a form of Vibro Acoustic Therapy.
As a concert artist, workshop planner and lecturer, Melody performs locally and abroad with MbM Talent's for classical, pops, and therapeutic concerts, workshops and conventions. She has performed on television and radio with local PBS and NPR, as well as with World Radio Network, the World Harp Orchestra, San Diego and also as the Harpist for PTL Satellite Network's "Sunday Night Live." Melody has worked with Dave Brubeck, and American composers David Diamond, Jacob Druckman, and Franco Autori - -assistant conductor to Arturo Toscanini. However, she will tell you there is no greater joy than to play to help another deal with stress, pain or illness. Melody has found her work with acute stroke patients to be some of the most rewarding work of her life. She and her family presently reside in Daytona Beach, Florida.
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Linda Barton Paul
Linda Barton Paul, a native Oklahoma, has played the harp since she was 14. Starting at the age of 5 on the piano, she also studied string and brass instruments in public school and college ensembles.
Linda toured with the New Christy Minstrels across the United States and at venues throughout the Caribbean. She has performed as Principal Harpist for The Tulsa Philharmonic, The Oklahoma Symphony, The Oklahoma Sinfonia, The Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, The Arkansas Symphony, The Fort Smith Symphony, and the Northwest Arkansas Symphony in her 35 year career.
She has also been a member of the Rose Stone Trio, an Oklahoma Arts Council Touring Ensemble, since 1992. The ensemble of harp, harpsichord and flute also play Informances for school-aged children. The Rose Stone Trio was a featured Oklahoma Ensemble at the OK Mozart Festival in Bartlesville in 1995 and again in 2007. They have performed for several governors and dignitaries in Oklahoma, as well as at the Inaugural festivities in Washington, D.C. in 1997. In 2001 Linda was selected as an Oklahoma Centennial Artist. Her Christmas CD’s, Christmas at the Capitol, produced for the Centennial, for the Oklahoma 100th Birthday. Linda has 13 more CDs to her credit.
Linda began studying The Sound Prescription® with Harmonious Life and Health Institute, LLC in 2004. Using Ms. Anglin’s therapeutic design of musical tones - Sound Script Therapy with RTOT - Linda has presented the therapy at several concerts as an afternoon workshops, as well as seeing clients one-on-one. The increased interest in using music as a modality of therapy has helped Linda market to other therapeutic experts in Oklahoma.
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Alianna Boone graduated from the International Harp Therapy Program in 2001. She completed her harp therapy internship with a local veterinarian, where she participated in a research project studying the effect of live harp music on dogs. The findings of this study were published in "The Harp Therapy Journal, " Summer 2003. Alianna enjoys working one on one with clients, and draws on skills gained through her graduate degree in holistic counseling when working with patients who need support to express their emotions. She has worked with the dying in Oregon and Florida and has provided bedside harp music for many in transition. Currently, she provides individualized harp therapy sessions in her home studio, as well as, provided harp music for weddings, funerals, and guided imagery meditations.
Alianna began studying The Sound Prescription® with Harmonious Life and Health Institute, LLC during its conceptual years 2003 and 2004, and continues to use Harmonious Life and Health's Research Department for frequency tracking confirmation. She has presented harp as a therapy in many hospital and medical environments working extensivly with the public. Whether using the Sound Script Therapy with RTOT, singing in trasitiion with the Threshhold Choir or using IHTP procedures, Alianna finds herself at home with the patient, having her MA in holistic counseling from Salve Regina University 1993. To her credit, she has a CD entitled "Harp Music to Soothe the Savage Beast" which is used by other therapists in massage and meditaion.
Alianna and family presently make their home in Ashland, Oregon.
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