Songs of Healing/Hospice of the Chesapeake was an instant classic upon release bringing uplifting yet soothing sounds not only to patients in hospice care but to the general pubic as well. Stellar guitar work yet totally tasteful.
Hospice of the Chesapeake announces the release of "Songs of Healing," a CD of inspirational music from renowned Anne Arundel County musician Rob Levit. The organization has paired with Levit, Artist-In- Residence at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, to create a tangible means of comfort and relaxation for patients, caregivers and the community. Created especially for Hospice of the Chesapeake, the album consists of 16 original works.
"The gift of music touches everyone, young or old, in good health and in bad," Erwin Abrams, president and CEO of Hospice of the Chesapeake says. "We pride ourselves in offering the best quality end-of-life care to patients, as well as spiritual and bereavement support to families, loved ones, and the community at large. This project helps us in accomplishing that goal."
Levit ensured the CD would live up to its title by spending time with patients at the John & Arloine Mandrin Chesapeake Hospice House before entering the studio to record the music. "This project has been the most meaningful I have ever engaged in," he explains. "It has far exceeded my expectations and fuses my creative talents with service to a wonderful organization."