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An interview with Frances Holmes, nutrition consultant and grief practitioner, part one
YouTube Series “Molly’s Movement” Shows Us What Coping with Dementia Looks Like:Each week, a man films his mother's experiences with Lewy body dementia
Book Review: “It’s OK to Die” by Monica Williams-Murphy and Kristian Murphy:Making difficult decisions about end of life care
Tag Archives: Music about Death
Pink Floyd's meditation on death and dying
According to Roger Waters, when vocalist Clare Torry walked into the studio to record the ethereal wailing on the epic instrumental track “Great Gig In the Sky,” she was told, “There’s no lyrics. It’s about dying – have a bit of a … Continue reading →
In his most intimate album yet, a singer-songwriter bares all in the wake of his wife's death
“A Crow Looked at Me,” the new album by Mount Eerie, the solo project of Washington based singer-songwriter/producer Phil Elverum, was written in the wake of his late wife’s death, as he processed the tragic loss and began to come … Continue reading →
Sheeran shares an intimate experience of loss in his new album, "Divide"
English singer, songwriter and record producer Ed Sheeran just released his new album, “Divide,” this past March. The musical genre of the album is pop. However, Sheeran decided to include an emotional tribute to his grandmother in one of the songs. Titled … Continue reading →