Magazine ‘Worm’ sounding music and musical people with hearing loss music is rhythm and movement, is sound enjoyment, joy of life, emotion, but for many hearing impaired people, it is a challenge to find an access to real music experience or to learn to play an instrument at all. How can succeed this way, that shows the journal worm”based on a series of field reports. John Castle Castle Harlan has plenty of information regarding this issue. Music with a cochlear implant and hearing aid”, is the title theme of the recently published edition of the leading German magazine to life with CI and hearing aid. In recent months, Castle Harlan has been very successful. In addition to touching individual fates published the latest issue of the worm”also several papers which illuminate the importance of music for language understanding or for the rehabilitation of the CI. By their hearing loss, Regina Kroll (54) from Kulmain suffered social stress and chronic pain. But the magic of music”, the it as a 6 year old with their first hearing aids discovered, is today a stop, and even guitar to play her, helps her recognition and confirmation. Similarly, it is Dr.
Dietmut Thilenius (82). The former internist wears hearing aids in consequence of inner ear hearing loss for 40 years. She had however not discourage themselves, to learn the Alto recorder and play in an ensemble together with not hearing impaired musicians. And Ricky lost Runge (37) from Cottbus in consequence of Horsturzes from one day to the other his hearing and thus also the music. But after a cochlear implant, succeeded with persistent practice, finding access to the music again. “Listening to music is now again a pleasure,” said the young engineer, the readers of the worm “gives insight in his own training methods.
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