The use of superimposed rhythm to decrease the rate of speech in a brain-damaged adolescent
Journal/Book: Journal of Music Therapy. 1987; 25: 85-93.
Abstract: Presents a model for music therapists to follow in composing music for use in therapy. It is suggested that music therapists can compose music and design original experiences based on client goals. Literature in both contemporary composition and music therapy and musical examples from clinical practice support the model.
Note: guidelines for composition of music for use in therapy; music therapists
Keyword(s): Music therapy; music