Collective Musicality

Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects

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This chapter responded to the editors’invitation on presenting “a narrative approach involving plenty of direct experience, original ideas, case stories and the personal, emotional realities of working with highly vulnerable children” based on Companhia de Música Teatral’s work. Vivid episodes - selected from projects that are more connected with the topic of music healing – are reported intending to inspire the target public of the book according to editors’ demand: “The book is addressed to the global community of therapists/educators/researchers/artists/students working with children, in the second, parents/carers, and in the third, a wider less-specific cohort of readers who are interested in the narratives, the anthropology of disability in childhood, the real story of creative ways of engagement”.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRhythms of Relating Therapies
EditorsDaniel Stern, Colwyn Trevarthen
PublisherJessica Kingsley
Pages293-309
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)9781785920356
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Rodrigues, H., & Silva, P. M. F. R. D. (2017). Collective Musicality: Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects. In D. Stern, & C. Trevarthen (Eds.), Rhythms of Relating Therapies (pp. 293-309). Jessica Kingsley .
Rodrigues, Helena ; Silva, Paulo Maria Ferreira Rodrigues da. / Collective Musicality : Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects. Rhythms of Relating Therapies. editor / Daniel Stern ; Colwyn Trevarthen . Jessica Kingsley , 2017. pp. 293-309
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Rodrigues, H & Silva, PMFRD 2017, Collective Musicality: Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects. in D Stern & C Trevarthen (eds), Rhythms of Relating Therapies. Jessica Kingsley , pp. 293-309.

Collective Musicality : Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects. / Rodrigues, Helena ; Silva, Paulo Maria Ferreira Rodrigues da.

Rhythms of Relating Therapies. ed. / Daniel Stern; Colwyn Trevarthen . Jessica Kingsley , 2017. p. 293-309.

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Rodrigues H, Silva PMFRD. Collective Musicality: Stories of Healing from the Companhia de Música Teatral and other Arts Projects. In Stern D, Trevarthen C, editors, Rhythms of Relating Therapies. Jessica Kingsley . 2017. p. 293-309