Saturday, November 24, 2012

vileness of war ... set to music

A collaborative effort outside Fort Hood, Texas, puts aching veterans together with singer-songwriters and produces music that touches the mayhem.

"The music is a way of moving emotion and images and ideas out of you, into an objective form where you can see what it is, where you can express it," [Dr. Jerry Wesch] says, "where you can face and honor what's happened to you. And the process has been amazing."
A lot of hell.

A little bit of heaven.

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