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Items in Music and Books on Music that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 30 days.


  • Performing music history : musicians speak first-hand about music history and performance / John C. Tibbetts, Michael Saffle, William A. Everett ; forewords by Emanuel Ax and Lawrence Kramer
    ML 457 P47 2018eb

  • Music learning and teaching in culturally and socially diverse contexts : implications for classroom practice / Georgina Barton
    MT 1 B37 2018eb

  • Pluralism in American music education research : essays and narratives / Diana R. Dansereau, Jay Dorfman, editors
    MT1

  • The Cambridge companion to Verdi / edited by Scott L. Balthazar
    ML 410 V4C326 2004eb

  • The fairies, 1755, by David Garrick
    ML 50.2 F14 S6 1755ab

  • Happy end : a melodrama with songs / lyrics by Bertolt Brecht ; music by Kurt Weill ; original German play by Dorothy Lane ; translated, adapted, and introduced by Michael Feingold
    ML 50 W42H42 1982

  • The Schubert song cycles : with thoughts on performance / by Gerald Moore
    MT 892 M6 1975

  • Music therapy : a fieldwork primer / Ronald M. Borczon
    ML 3920 B58 2017
    Writing from over 35 years of experience as a music therapy clinician and educator, the author has provided the field with an invaluable, "hands-on" introduction to field work and practicum experiences. This is the second, updated, and expanded version of the first edition, originally published in 2004. After defining the essential attributes of a music therapist, the author explains the field learning process and the therapeutic process, pointing out the various challenges that students face in their developing years.

    Of particular interest is the section giving advice on how to cope with the inevitable anxiety of leading one's first session in a clinical setting. The book then offers practical suggestions on "how to" (1) use music, 2) verbally process a musical improvisation, (3) deal with difficult clients, (4) collect and report clinical data, and (5) benefit from supervision. Already field-tested by the author with his own students, this companion to field training is an invaluable resource for practicum students, interns, supervisors, educators, and practitioners.
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