About MusiCure

Description, purpose and background for the specially composed music



What is MusiCure? 
’MusiCure’ is original specially composed music, created specifically to have a relaxing, soothing and positive mentally stimulating effect. More than 16 years of creative development, on a foundation of clinical research results, has done that this music today is being used in a variety of different types of treatment and research projects in many countries.

The MusiCure music
MusiCure is created by composer and oboist Niels Eje, and a characteristic description of the MusiCure music will be that it’s a special kind of ‘universal’ and ‘genre-less' soundscapes, which is intended to apply to everyone regardless of their musical taste and everyday listening habits. The compositions consist of instrumental solos and ensemble playing on acoustic instruments performed by highly renowned classical soloists, together with unique recordings of nature sounds, carefully selected and skillfully integrated into the music.

Who can use MusiCure?
MusiCure is aimed at anyone seeking high quality music for relaxation and stress relief, as well as a musical experience that stimulates the imagination and evokes images in the “cinema of your mind”. Even though MusiCure has been tested with documented positive effect by researchers in hospitals, the benefits of the music are certainly not limited to patients. MusiCure is also being used extensively in a number of other contexts by private users, healthcare professionals, and therapists – and the music can be dosed and applied according to the users wishes and needs.

The background for the creation of MusiCure
The creation of MusiCure stems from the interdisciplinary project 'Musica Humana', initiated in 1998 by Professor, MD Lars Heslet from the Copenhagen University Hospital together with composer Niels Eje, and since 2003, independent researchers and healthcare professionals has carried out a series of clinical research studies with MusiCure. The results of these studies and controlled trials are currently published in a number of international medical journals – see the “RESEARCH” section on this web site.

What distinguishes MusiCure from other music?
The music is from the very beginning composed and produced specifically for therapeutic purposes, and the basic principles for the MusiCure compositions was established over a period of 5 years (prior to the release of the first CD), where the composer throughout the entire process received feedback directly from patients and results from research projects with this specially composed music, and continually edited the music accordingly. No other music has previously been created in this way.

How to use the CD’s in the MusiCure series.

The entire MusiCure series is evidence based and has two primary goals:

• To have a physically soothing, calming and relaxing effect

• To stimulate the mind in a positive way, with mental inspiration and optimistic inner journeys in nature

All the CD’s in the MusiCure series seeks to fulfill these two overall goals, and can therefore be recommended to anyone seeking music for these purposes.
The complete MusiCure series has been composed and produced on the basis of a number of common basic principles, highlighting the specific musical substance and elements, which research has shown to have an optimal effect in relation to the primary goals: Relaxation, de-stress and positive mental inspiration.



Musicians participating on the MusiCure recordings:
Niels Eje: Oboe & Keyboards
Berit Spælling: Harp
Hanne Mulvad: Piano
Inge Mulvad Eje: Cello
Ingrid Holck: Flute
Christophe Dejour: Guitar
Jacob Keiding: French Horn
Poul Høxbro: Pibe & Tabor, and Tar (hand drum)
Miriam Andersén: Gothic Harp
Kim Sjøgren: Violin

International Published articles MusiCure - PDF document


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