Seattle hospital musician plays her harp and ‘magic flows’

Jessica Gallo, a certified music practitioner, plays her harp to ease people’s anxiety in hospitals and online.
2:48 | 03/26/20

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Transcript for Seattle hospital musician plays her harp and ‘magic flows’
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