One word answer: Mozart.
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Good thread K; I'm not a major fan of classical music, but for "healing" purposes, I do like soft soothing chamber music-- could definitely be by Mozart. Outside of light classical though, I like the Cowboy Junkies ballads, and smooth jazz ballads by Shirley Horn, Jacintha, and others. Cheers. Craig
I used to play Keith Jarret for a severely ill and psychotic young man, who was mutistic, would hardly move and eat. It put some life into him, everytime we did this. I also helped to alleviate a very severe case of edogenous depression ( we were thinking of ES ) with Bach's Well Tempered Clavier with good and lasting results.
If you really want to hear music that will bring healing to you spirit, soul and body there is an album called "Spirit Songs" by the worship team of an evangelist named Dr. Christian Harfouche. THis is unquestionably one of the best healing albums I've ever heard. If you have a stressed out day or if you need some strength imparted to you or even if you are looking for a healing touch on your physical body this album will help align you so that even the seemingly impossible comes within reach.