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CLINICAL IMPROVISATION TECHNIQUES IN MUSIC THERAPY; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; Part One TAXONOMY OF CLINICAL IMPROVISATION TECHNIQUES; MUSICAL TECHNIQUES; VERBAL TECHNIQUES; Part Two APPLYING THE TECHNIQUES; EXPANDING CLINICAL ANDMUSICAL RESOURCES; ROLE-PLAY EXERCISES; GUIDELINES FOR WORKINGWITH CLIENT'S PLAYING2; SIX ROLE-PLAY EXERCISES WITH PREDETERMINED MUSICAL AND CLINICAL PARAMETERS; APPENDICES; Appendix 1A; Appendix 1B; Appendix 2; Appendix 3; Appendix 4; Appendix 5; BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Clinical Improvisation Techniques in Music Therapy: A Guide for Students, Clinicians and Educators provides a clear and systematic approach to understanding and applying improvisational techniques. It is inspired by the taxonomy of clinical improvisation techniques as described by Kenneth Bruscia in his book, Improvisational Models of Music Therapy. Based on years of their own experimenting with the teaching of improvisation, the authors have evolved a particular developmental sequence for introducing basic techniques of improvising and applying them through role-play exercises that have been.
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