Music therapy for better sleep and stress relief … in a Canto-pop song? Jocelyn Chan explains her use of tuning forks in Sound of Silence and the theory behind it

//Music therapy for better sleep and stress relief … in a Canto-pop song? Jocelyn Chan explains her use of tuning forks in Sound of Silence and the theory behind it

Music therapy for better sleep and stress relief … in a Canto-pop song? Jocelyn Chan explains her use of tuning forks in Sound of Silence and the theory behind it

Do tuning forks have any place in a pop song? Yes, says Hong Kong singer-songwriter Jocelyn Chan Ming-hei – her song Sound of Silence, which recently topped city public broadcaster RTHK’s pop song rankings, is filled with soothing vibes from the unexpected instrument. The music video, released in July, has more than 320,000 views on YouTube.Chan co-composed the hit with Hong Kong singer Cousin Fung after she earned an online qualification as a tuning forks therapy practitioner from the Sound…

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