A Comprehensive Guide to Music Therapy: Theory, Clinical by Tony Wigram, Inge Nygaard Pedersen, Lars OLE Bonde PDF

By Tony Wigram, Inge Nygaard Pedersen, Lars OLE Bonde

ISBN-10: 1843100835

ISBN-13: 9781843100836

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Ruud elaborates his standpoint in an essay which also discusses the development of context-bound ‘code competency’ and culture-bound music discourses (Ruud 1998a). Ken Bruscia represents a different position. Based on his research in the meaning of therapeutic music improvisations (Bruscia 1987) as well as music experiences in receptive music therapy (Bruscia 1995) he has come to this conclusion: music is fundamentally a matter of music experiences – of meaning and beauty expressed in music. Music is both a specific historical and cultural phenomenon – and a universal phenomenon.

Deutsch (1982, 1999 second edition), who has edited one of the few handbooks within the cognitive tradition, emphasizes topics in music perception. The same can be said about Hodges (1980, 1996a second edition). However, the German literature is very different from the American. Bruhn et al. (1985) place the basic questions of music psychology in a cultural and social context, while Motte-Haber (1985) makes knowledge of music a central category. She also breaks explicitly with the positivistic tradition in music psychology, and her handbook is based on a humanistic view of man and music.

Practising by high level students, situated music learning in different cultures or the development of representation in the process by which a child perceives and interprets music. ) in different paradigms (positivistic, Gestalt, behavioural, anthropological etc. – see Jørgensen 1988). In the 1920s and 1930s new theories were developed from a Gestalt point of view, in USA by Mursell (1937) among others, and in Germany by Kurth, who pioneered a shift of paradigms with his holistic Musikpsychologie (1931).

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