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Group Rhythm and Drumming with Older Adults : Music Therapy Techniques and Multimedia Training Guide
AMTA
American Music Therapy Association / Softcover / 0000-00-00 / 1884914179
Music Therapy / Gender Studies
price: $50.00 (may be subject to change)
Not in stock - available within 6 weeks.

Written by a team of creative and highly qualified music therapists, this publication provides content training for the use of group percussion strategies with mature adults. In fact, the book promotes senior peers as group facilitators and/or co-leaders. The grace of this approach is that no previous musical training is necessary in order to benefit from, manage and execute your own older adult music making program. The intended audience includes: music therapists, music educators, recreational therapists, activity directors, musicians and volunteer coordinators.

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