Kent's Repertory 6th edition:
Mind, sensitive to music, page 78, 21 remedies, only 3 in highest degree: Nat-c. Nux-v. and Sep.
Anxiety from music: Dig. Nat-c. while playing a piano: Nat-c.
Delusions of delightful music, page 29: Lach. Plb-met. Puls.
Fancy hearing music: Cann-i. Croc. Lach. Lyc. Plb-met. Puls. Sal-ac. Stram. Thuj.
Excitement from music, page 41: Kreos. Sumb. Tarant.
Hysteria > music, page 52: Tarant.
Indifference to music which he loves, page 55: Carb-v.
Irritable during music, page 59: Caust. Mang.
Restless from music, page 74: Nat-c. Tarant.
Sadness from music, page 77: Acon. Cham. Dig. Graph. Kreos. Lyc. Nat-c. Nat-p. Nat-s. Nux-v. Phos. Sabin. Sep. Tarant. Thuj.
> by sad music; Mang.
Oversensitive to music, page 78: Acon. Ambr. Bufo. Cact. Carb-a. Caust. Cham. Coff. Dig. Graph. Kreos. Lyc. Merc. Nat-c. Nat-m. Nat-p. Nat-s. Nux-v. Phos. Ph-ac.
Sabin. Sep. Stann-met. Tarant. Thuj. Viol-o. Zinc.
Thoughts about music in the evening, page 87: Ign.
Unconsciousness from music, page 90: Cann-i. Sumb.
Weeping from music, page 94: Dig. Graph. Kreos. Kali-n. Nat-c. Nat-s. Nux-v. Thuj.
Of Bells: Ant-c. Of piano: Cop. Nat-c.
Head, congestion from music page 111: Ambra.
Head, pain from music: page 144, 297, 321. Acon. Ambr. Cact. Coff. Nux-v. Ph-ac. Phos. Podo. Viol-o.
Teeth, pain, drawing from music from, page 442: Ph-ac.
Ear seems to hear music, page 297: Ail. Bell. Calc. Cann-i. Kalm. Lyc. Merc. Nat-c. Phos. Plb-met. Puls. Sal. ac. Sarr. Stram. Sulph.
Nat-c. child and the Aurum child love to listen to classical music.
Tarant-h.: child loves to listen to fast rock-and-roll music
Graph.: child loves to listen to organ music, music played by a single instrument
Ruf zum Gebet:
Muschel. als Horn Buddhismus (Tibet)
Stimme des Muhezzins Islam
[Roger Zandvoort/Eduard van Grinsven]
Ph-ac.: and Music
Oversensitive to music which causes stitches in the ear, violent pains in head
Violent headache from music
Toothache < from music
Ear pains, stitching, from music
[Dr Timothy Field]
Hears music during rest: Nat-c.
Whimpering tune: Ant-c.
Chest, palpitation when listening to music, page 876: Ambr. Carb-v. Staph. Sulph.
Sleep, dreams, music of: page 1242: Sarr.
* T.F. ALLEN Symptom Register of Homeopathic Materia Medica :
Music, agreeable, insensible to, page 796: Ign.
Repetition even when out of humour; Croc.
Stann-met.: When singing or using the voice, aching and weakness in deltoid and arms
* Dr William BOERICKE (1849-1929) Materia Medica, page 698.
Propensity to dance; Agar. Bell. Cic. Croc. Hyos. Stict. Stram. Tarant.
Propensity to sing; Spong. Verat-a. in addition to the dance list.
Roaring in the ears > music, page 733; Ign.
* Dr Cyrus Maxwell BOGER Synoptic Key.
< music, page 9: Calc. c. Graph. Lyc. Nat-c. Nux-v. Ph-ac. Sep. Viol-o.
In the supplementary Repertory based on comparisons: Croc. Med. Sabin.
> music: Tarant.
Music gives trembling of the feet: Thuj.
Music induces dancing: Tarant.
Ideas gay and musical: Sulph.
* In Bönninghausen Characteristics and Repertory :
Music, intolerant of, page 214: Acon. Coff. Ign. Cham. Ph-ac. Sabin. Viol-o.
Music, indifferent to, page 284: Ign. Viol-o.
Music <, page 755: Acon. Ambr. Anac. Bry. Calc. c. Carb-a. Cham. Coff. Croc. DIG. Graph. Ign. Kali-c. Kreos. LYC. Nat-c. Nat-s. NUX-V. Phos. Ph-ac.
Puls. Sabin. Sep. Stann-met. Staph. VIOL-O. Zinc-met.
< organ music - LYC.
* Gentry, W. D. Concordance Repertory. New York, 1890 Vol. 1 :
Apprehensive, depressed by music, page 97: Dig. Sabad.
Can't bear music during menses: Nat-c.
Can't tolerate noise, talk, music, odors or light: Bell. Colch. Nux-v. Stram.
Music, repugnant: Acon. Nux-v. Sabin.
Sad from music: Nat-c. Nat-m. Sabin.
Weeps from music: Graph. Kreos. Nat-s. Thuj.
* Dr Calvin B. KNERR Repertory of the Guiding Symptoms, vol. 1, page 67.
Averse to joyous music but affected by saddest: Mang-met.
Weeps at violin: Viol-o.
Weeps from music: Graph.
Palpitation from music: Staph.
* Phatak, Concise Repertory, Bombay, 1964, page 185.
> music: Aur-met. Tarant.
Music <: Ambr. Calc. Croc. Dig. Graph. Lyc. Med. Nat-c. Nux-v. Phos. Ph-ac. Sabin, Sep. Viol-o.
* Herbert A. Roberts Symptoms As If, page 22 :
As if under the influence of pleasant, quick music: Zinc-p.
Now that we have listed the homeopathic remedies relating to music it remains for us to make a connection between these remedies and the historical account of the
influence of music given by Reed, in the first part of our Triptych, and in the possible help to the Autistic children into whose self-immolation Nordoff has admitted
us as the Pied-Piper into the mountain.
The homeopathic Chronic Constitutional Remedy is inevitably both soothing and releasing.
What Lyc. Phos. Sulph. and Thuja, can do for night terrors!
How Zinc-met. speeds up the lagging nerves, the power of Tarantula over trembling, of Myg. over the writhings of chorea!
Nux-v. can introduce rhythm into the functions.
Sep. which so loves to dance, can bring feelings to the most indifferent.
The melancholic are reached by the sodiums whose very life is music: the failing memory is jogged by Lyc. and Mercury.
Croc-s. steadies the hysteric, and Ambra soothes the tremulous.
Aur-met. finds salvation from its unspoken and dangerous despair in the language of music.
Cic.'s twitching becomes more rhythmic and tolerable.
The lump of only partly incarnated flesh which is Med. that great remedy for impermeable moronics, develops toward normalcy.
There is a whole vast field in which different musical instruments could be studied in relation to the types of mental and emotional illness.
May a fruitful collaboration between Mr. Nordoff's music and the homeopathic remedies accord!