MEE – Music Exercising Emotions Concert CD



MEE – Music Exercising Emotions Concert CD


The “MEE Concert” has effectively reduced anxiety, fear, depression, stress and emotional trauma for individuals struggling with medical conditions, family or work challenges and the stress brought on by war and terrorism. The “MEE Concert” was developed over a two-year period as Judith performed individual pieces with a variety of instrumental arrangements. Then, select arrangements were composed, arranged and produced to create the first Music Medicine Pill called the MEE-Music Exercising Emotions™ Concert. 212 audience participants responded to surveys conducted over a two-year period with 87% reporting positive changes listening to the MEE Concert which is based on the Mood Sequence Formula™ featured in the Music Medicine protocol aka U.S.E. MEE Model. Read many testimonials on this site from a wide range of people reporting the MEE Concert’s positive benefits.

The cover photo, shot in January of 1991, is especially significant. Judith began daily meditations to resolve Desert Storm after climbing a hill and looking into a valley of army tanks. People across the country silently joined her as she played the violin during meditation. The “MEE Concert” premiered two months later with violin, piano, synthesizers, bass and drums performing a variety of music styles, including classical, jazz/funk, ragtime and world styles.

Research findings suggest seminar participants, cancer patients and university subjects experienced a significant reduction in “unsettledness” after listening to the “MEE Concert.” Access the eBook “Brace for Impact: A Case for Emotional Fluidity” by joining as a patron on Tier 4.


Judith and fellow musician Alan MacIntosh arranged the music sections for a five-piece band. Alan composed two original pieces for the “MEE Concert,” “Drone” and “Steel Feel.” Each section evokes a different emotional state. For mp3 access, become a patron (Tier 5) to download the music.

Use CAUTION if listening to the “MEE Concert” while driving or doing an activity that requires concentration and accuracy. The “MEE Concert” can be as powerful as medicine. Listen to the 23 minutes nonstop to avoid getting “stuck” in one emotion. The music is designed to significantly reduce problematic moods with the goal of putting you in control, achieving “emotional fluidity.”


Running Time: 23:27 minutes
Producer: SCI-Seminar Concerts International Inc. (1991, 1996)
Featuring: Judith Pinkerton (violin); Cynthia Harris (piano); Alan MacIntosh (synthesizers); Ken Seiffert (acoustic and electric bass) and Michael Parrot (drums)


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