Yet another new audience

'Never-ending pan flute. Tinkly river sounds. Enya. Spa music can leave a lot to be desired. If your tastes run more classical than New Age, check out The Dolder Grand’s Violin Touch ($230), a brand new treatment that pairs massage with a live private violin concert. The luxe spa in Zürich, Switzerland (rated one of Europe's top 20 resorts by Condé Nast Traveler readers) is giving zen-seekers a choice of two different musical compositions to accompany their 45-minute rundown: Relax, an Asian-inspired song, and Soul Detox, a peaceful melody. The program was created by musician (and frequent spagoer) Debora Vonwiller, who believes the vibrations from the live music evoke a strong emotional response and deepen relaxation' - from Condé Nast Traveler
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Pliable said…
How long before 'Soul Detox' is played on BBC Radio 3's breakfast programme?

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