Articles

Ganzini, Rakoski, Cohn, Mularski. “Family members’ views on the benefits of harp music vigils for terminally ill or dying loved ones.” Journal of Palliative & Supportive Care. October 2013.

What is music-thanatology?” SevenPonds interview with Sharilyn Cohn

Music‐Thanatology: Musical Prescriptions for End‐of‐Life Care: Lane Community College,” League for Innovation in the Community College, June 2010

Music-thanatology can soothe the dying,” The Japan Times, November 5, 2009

Music-thanatologists provide comfort during life’s final journey,” Oregonian, July 25, 2009

String Theory,” Oregonian, December 5, 2008

Sung to Their Rest,” Chronicle of Philanthropy, March 8, 2007

Music in the time of dying,” Oregonian, January 14, 2007

Music in the time of dying: Multimedia,” Oregonian, January 13, 2007

Concert shows art of music to soothe the dying,” Oregonian, November 30, 2006

Comfort in Music,”Lake Oswego Review and West Linn Glad Tidings, August 3, 2006

Music and Being: Reflections of a music-thanatologist,” Supportive Voice, Volume 10 Number 1. page 24.

The invisible guest: SacredFlight,” The Southeast Examiner, December 5, 2003

Bringing Comfort to the Dying,” Southwest Community Connection, December 2003

Music-thanatology: Clinical Music in Palliative Care,” Legacy Health System Comfort Care, Fall 2002