Donald Hodges is a music educator who has taken on the research role to map the brain's responses to music. His research has shown that music is not just a nice, but unnecessary element of the human life, but rather something that is necessary and very much a core part of the human experience. As an orchestra director, Donald began wondering about the drive and passion he witnessed in so many of his students. He has conducted several studies over the years to get closer to a better understanding of the role music plays within the human brain.
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