Aldridge, D. (Ed.) (1999) Music Therapy in Palliative Care: New Voices. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Reviewed by John A. Carpente, Temple University
David Aldridge has put together a wonderful collage of clinical stories written by several European and Australian music therapists, demonstrating a variety of music therapy approaches in palliative care settings. Authors of the […]
Butterton, Mary (2004). Music and Meaning. Opening Minds in the Caring and Healing Professions. Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press, 168p.
Reviewed by Even Ruud, PhD., Prof., University of Oslo, Norway
When the book editor mailed me and asked if I could review this book I hesitantly accepted, believing this was another heavy philosophical inquiry into […]
Lee, Colin Andrew (2003). The Architecture of Aesthetic Music Therapy. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers. 254 pages and 2 CDs of music examples.
Reviewed by John Mahoney.
The Architecture of Aesthetic Music Therapy is comprised of 15 chapters (254 pages) plus 2 CDs of musical examples. The book includes musical analyses, case studies, philosophical discussion, discussion […]
Wigram, Tony (2004). Improvisation – Methods and Techniques for Music Therapy Clinicians, Educators and Students. London and New York: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. (237 pp + CD)
Reviewed by Dr Thomas Wosch, University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg, Germany
The new publication of Tony Wigram on improvisation is a unique and excellent book of didactics for music […]