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Compiling a wealth of international. Book Description Seller Inventory n. Voicework in Music Therapy: Research and Practice. Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title The voice is a powerful instrument in music therapy practice and this anthology of voicework techniques explores everything the practitioner and researcher needs to know in order to bring about successful vocal interventions across a broad range of client groups.
Review : This book will undoubtedly enrich the field considerably.
It is a highly significant and useful contribution to the field of music therapy, and reminds all clinicians about the innate power of the human voice. Author: Voice Care Network UK Baker and Uhlig's new book gives many salient examples of innovative vocal techniques and methods that can be used with different populations. This much needed and timely new book will add to the literature base of vocal music therapy as well as making a valuable contribution to our field by documenting vocal methods for future generations of music therapists.
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Free Approaches to Voicework. Part 4. Editors and Contributors. Review quote Baker and Uhlig's new book gives many salient examples of innovative vocal techniques and methods that can be used with different populations. This much needed and timely new book will add to the literature base of vocal music therapy as well as making a valuable contribution to our field by documenting vocal methods for future generations of music therapists.
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It presents itself as a model for a future book from the global dramatherapy community! The editors have put together a rigorous anthology representing a wealth of international evidence-based practice of voicework in music therapy. Both are internationally pioneering the study of voice in music therapy. The book adds to the literature base of vocal music therapy and it also contributes to the field by documenting a range of vocal methods with a broad population of client groups.
In the foreword Dr Austin reminds us that the voice supported by the breath is the instrument that we are born with and the most intimate instrument of all.
The book is divided into three parts starting with an introduction to voicework within the field of music therapy. Part II offers a variety of structured approaches to voicework with dif- ferent client groups.