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Music, The Therapeutic Edge

Readings from William W. Sears

Margaret Sears (editor)

ISBN: 9781891278488

Publication Date: Jul 2007

Format: Paperback

A revision of William Sears’ 1968 theory Processes in Music Therapy is the centerpiece of this work. The revision presents in greater detail the Processes. The most significant change is the proper elevation of “music demands time-ordered behaviour” from a construct, that is an explicit relation between music and human behaviour, to its position as the overarching force that allows music to happen.
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A revision of William Sears’ 1968 theory Processes in Music Therapy is the centerpiece of the present work. The revision presents in greater detail the Processes, and finely characterizes them with well-crafted graphic figures.The most significant change is the proper elevation of "music demands time-ordered behavior" from a construct, that is an explicit relation between music and human behavior, to its position as the overarching force that allows music to happen. Also included in the book are an extraordinary group of Sears lectures and addresses, all of which were taken from tape recordings. Together, the chapters of this book address the main topics that Sears felt were essential to explore in music therapy. This book is a must for music therapists who found the original Processes compelling, yet confusing, and for those who have come on the scene since then.
Pages 180
Dimensions 229 x 152
Date Published 30 Jul 2007
Publisher Barcelona Publishers
Subject/s Creative therapy (eg art, music, drama)  

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