Musical healing in cultural contexts / edited by Penelope Gouk.
Contributor(s): Gouk, PenelopeLanguage: English Publisher: Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.Description: xi, 223p. : ill. port. ; 25cm.ISBN: 1840142790; 9781840142792
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Includes bibliography (p. -216) and index
Bodies of sound and landscapes of music: a view from the Bolivian Andes / Henry Stobart; Theories of music in African ngoma healing / John M. Janzen; Dancing the disease: music and trance in Tumbuka healing / Steven M. Friedson; 'Spiritual medicine': music and healing in Islam and its influence in Western medicine / Charles Burnett; The inflected voice: attraction and curative properties / George Rousseau; 'No pill's gonna cure my ill': gender, erotic melancholy and traditions of musical healing in the modern West / Linda Phyllis Austern; Soul music as exemplified in nineteenth-century German psychiatry / Cheryce Kramer; The dancing nurse: kalela drums and the history of hygiene in Africa / Lynn Schumaker; Sister disciplines?: music and medicine in historical perspective / Penelope Gouk