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by Rudy Garred
Author: Rudy Garred
Publisher: Barcelona Pub; 1 edition (September 1, 2006)
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Home Rudy Garred Music As Therapy: A Dialogical Perspective. Music As Therapy: A Dialogical Perspective. ISBN 10: 1891278401, ISBN 13: 9781891278402. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona. The architecture of aesthetic music therapy. This book was written especially for dedicated students and professionals who believe they can make a difference in the lives of these people who have special needs.
This book takes a different approach, tackling musical meaning from the perspective of perception, and treating meaning in terms of listeners' experiences and responses, rather than in abstractly philosophical terms. Using an eclectic mix of musical examples, it discusses the relationship between music and everyday sounds, music and motion, music and subjectivity, and the experience of music as a virtual environment. iii is first considered, finding that a distinction can be made between the realities of music as presence, as it appears within the everyday, or as an object, as made into a thing. In the creativ. More). Dimensions of Dialogue. Musikkterapeutisk improvisasjon som ‘møte’.
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A Dialogical Perspective. Published September 2006 by Barcelona Pub.
24 Rudy Garred, Music as Therapy: A Dialogical Perspective (New Braunfels, TX: Barcelona Publishers, 2006), 194. Note: 'image-creation' refers to Buber's conception (from Hanslick) of music as a 'formed image in sound'. 17. David J. Hargreaves. As this publication supplies wide-ranging views, it is advantageous to. devote a few pages to its reading. The foreword by Evelyn Glennie sets the tone of Musical Communication.
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