• Germán Sabogal 317 8067452
  • compositorges@gmail.com
  • Medellín, Colombia, Sur América

Stroke

Strokes can change the way a person thinks, speaks, sees, and moves. After a stroke, it may be more difficult to take care of yourself or have a job.

Development of creative thinking

The combination of minor keys with their major relative and the conjugation of melodic and harmonic intervals extracted from stories not only by the composer, but also belong to the everyday, the environment where we live and our feelings and idiosyncrasies of the Latin people become the motivation for this theme song.

Fighting migraine

Migraine appears as an attack, often accompanied by nausea and vomiting, sensitivity to sound and light, visual symptoms or ‘aura’, sensory and motor, which last about 30 minutes.

Alzheimer’s and music therapy

Through discovered that Fedacam Rtve (Federation of Associations of Relatives of Alzheimer and other dementias of Castilla La Mancha) performs an annual program that seeks to both the patient and the caregiver have seven days off in beach.

Music to combat epilepsy

We suspected that music could change the perception of time, and we confirmed; we also know that it can make us even more productive at work. In fact, even surgeons are more effective when listening to music in complicated surgeries.

Music training strengthens language skills

The team of Nina Kraus, specializing in auditory neuroscience and professor at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, USA, has found that among children examined in the investigation, those who regularly attended music classes and active in they showed greater improvements in their reading skills and how the brain processes speech than their less active musically, following two years.