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100: $100 Bill - Buddy Guy

100: 100 Years - Blues Traveler

100: 100 Years - Five for Fighting

100: 100 Years Ago - The Rolling Stones

100: 100 Different Ways - Girls Aloud

100: 100% - Sonic Youth

100: 100 Million Dead - Butthole Surfers

100: 100 Ways To Be a Good Girl - Skunk Anansie

100: Next 100 Years - Bon Jovi

100: A Hundred Years - Tracy Chapman

100: One Hundred Years - The Cure

100: St 100/6 - Big Star

101: 101 North - Tomahawk

101: Room 101 - Eurythmics

105: Lot 105 - Blur

107: 107 Steps - Björk

110: Across 110th Street - Bobby Womack

111: F-111 - Cold Chisel

113: Shine On (113th Dream) - Mike Peters (of The Alarm)

115: Bob Dylan's 115th Dream - Bob Dylan

129: 129 Die - luna spark We Are 138 - The Misfits

150: Psalm 150 - P.O.D.

151: Oddfellows Local 151 - R.E.M.

175: 175 - Big D and the Kids Table

180: 180 - Saki 180 Degrees - NOFX

241: 241 - Reel Big Fish Hawkmoon

269: 269 - U2

284: 284 Windows And A Door - The Egg

292: Jelly 292 - Jimi Hendrix

303: 303 - Kula Shaker

316: 316 - Van Halen

365: 365 Days - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones

400: 400 Years - Bob Marley

405: 405 - Death Cab for Cutie

409: 409 - The Beach Boys

409: 409 In Your Coffeemaker - Green Day

429: Room 429 - Cop Shoot Cop

451: Four-Fifty-One - Five Iron Frenzy

500: I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers

500: I Would Walk 500 Miles - 10,000 Maniacs

505: Flight 505 - The Rolling Stones

595: Dial 595-Escape - In Flames

666: Episode 666 - In Flames

666: Motherf*cker 666 - Die Ärzte

666: Route 666 - In Flames

672: 672 - The Dresden Dolls

706: 706 Union by Brad Suggs (Memphis) Pacific

707: 707 - 808 State

727: 7Twenty7 - Roxette

747: 747 - Kent

747: 747 (Strangers In The Night) - Saxon

747: Butterfly 747 - Moloko

777: 777 - Danzig

877: Area 877 - Mr. Bungle and Melt-Banana

900: 900 Miles - Woody Guthrie

909: One After 909 - The Beatles

909: Revolution 909 - Daft Punk

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Music Medicine: The Science and Spirit of Healing Yourself with Sound
by Christine Stevens MSW MT-BCSearch for Christine Stevens  MSW  MT-BC
$6.31 new/used

Why are we able to recognize melodies before we are born? Why does making music actually switch off the genes that signal stress? It is because music is part of who we are at the deepest level-and we don't need any special talent or training to harness its power to enhance our lives. With Music Medicine, music therapist Christine Stevens presents an information-packed resource, filled with scientifically based practices for accessing and attuning to the natural healing properties of music. Drawing from a wealth of research and her own pioneering healing work in some of the most challenging places around the world, Stevens invites readers to discover:
. Accessing the four elements of music-rhythm as medicine for the body, melody for the heart, harmony for the soul, and silence for the mind
. Why making music accelerates our ability to heal and change
. Healing playlists-each chapter features valuable download recommendations and links for selecting healing music
. The drum massage, creating your power song, full-body listening, and other effective and enjoyable practices
"Music," teaches Christine Stevens, "can do so much more than entertain us." With Music Medicine, she provides a thoroughly researched, accessible, and practical guide for therapists, healing practitioners, musicians-and anyone interested in music for health and spiritual growth.

Endorsements for Music Medicine:
"Music Medicine brings home to our hearts the truth that music is an organic medicine. Christine Stevens reveals how the intricate beauty of harmony, rhythm, and song course through our veins, uniting us with the cosmic music of the universe."
-Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Life Visioning and Spiritual Liberation
"Music Medicine is an interstate of sound that awakens, soothes, dances, and silences us."
-Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect and The Harmony of Health
"Each of Christine's lessons has helped me to become a musical instrument and a singer of my own song."
-Bernie Siegel, MD, author of Love, Medicine, and Miracles
"In this book, Christine provides a powerful and educational curriculum for music therapists, musicians, and anyone interested in music wellness. Music becomes the language to unite and heal across the continents."
-Antoinette Follett, Editor-in-Chief, Making Music
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The New Music Therapist's Handbook
by Suzanne B. HanserSearch for Suzanne B. Hanser
$10.70 new/used

(Berklee Guide). This completely updated and revised edition reflects the latest developments in the field of music therapy. Includes an introduction to the profession, guidelines for setting up a practice, new clinical applications, and helpful case studies a must for students and professionals alike.
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Music Therapy: Discover The Healing Power Of Music
by Paul CatalaniSearch for Paul Catalani

? Discover The Healing Power Of Music ?

Music can undoubtedly elevate our spirit, induce an extraordinary reverie, and even compel a move or two. But wouldn?t it be a surprise to learn that music can actually be applied therapeutically to treat cognitive, sensory and motor dysfunctions?
A wealth of research has shown that music can be applied as a form of therapy to retrain and reeducate the injured brain. It is currently being applied in the treatment of traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, stroke, autism, aphasia and much besides.
Music is also an effective approach in dealing with children, depression, anxiety, child birth and the rehabilitation of speech and language.

Inside you will learn...

? What do Music Therapy Sessions look like?
? Neuroscience and Music Therapy
? Benefits of Music Therapy in the Treatment of Depression
? Music Therapy as a Medicine
? Children and Music Therapy

And much more!

This eBook discusses every facet of music therapy: who can benefit from it; what the therapy sessions look like; its application as medicine; its relationship with neuroscience and much more. The book also dilates the various techniques employed in Neurological Music Therapy (NMT) ranging from Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) to Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT).

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Music Therapy for Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Mental Disorders
by Barbara J. Crowe MMT MT-BC, Cynthia Colwell PhD MT-BC
$31.53 new/used

Whether new to the profession or an experienced clinician, this text provides a wealth of state-of-the-art information for undergraduates, graduates and professionals. This volume covers the wide range of mental disorder diagnoses including psychotic disorders, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, and personality disorders and addresses specific populations such as forensic and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. How music therapy is used within each model is explored, including music psychotherapy, rehabilitation, behavioral approach, and transpersonal therapy. Detailed information is provided on assessment tools and music therapy interventions including drum circles, vocal psychotherapy, music and imagery, and music psychotherapy techniques. Music therapy has been used for people with mental disorders since the inception of the profession, dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century. Early music therapy was developed and shaped in psychiatric treatment centers. Work in hospitals, day treatment centers, group homes, and mental health rehabilitations centers still constitutes a significant percentage of employment opportunities currently. This cutting-edge resource is a necessity for anyone working in mental health today.
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Music Therapy and Addictions
$20.65 new/used

Recent studies show that music can reach the parts of the human brain that are linked to addiction, and can function as an integral part of recovery. This research-based, practical book demonstrates how music and music therapy can be applied in a variety of treatment settings to bring about therapeutic change. Addictions such as alcohol, gambling and drugs are all covered in this interdisciplinary text, and chapters explore everything from the meaning of music in the lives of addicts to devising music therapy programs, enhancing coping strategies and preventing relapse. Lifestyle issues are also considered, along with the role of therapeutic communities, and connections in the brain between addiction, music, memory and emotion. The strategies outlined are relevant to addicts and recovering addicts of all ages. This book will be of interest to music therapists, substance abuse counsellors, and anybody else interested in the relationship between music and addiction and the therapeutic use of music
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An Introduction to Music Therapy: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition
by William B. Davis, Kate E. Gfeller, Michael H. Thaut
$62.00 new/used

Written by William B. Davis, Kate E. Gfeller, Michael H. Thaut, an Introduction to Music Therapy: Theory and Practice, third edition, provides a comprehensive overview of the practice of music therapy for the 21st century. It looks at where we have been, where we are today, and where we might be in the future. Combining sound pedagogy with recent research findings, this new edition has been updated and expanded to reflect changes in music therapy practice over the past nine years. Part I includes definitions of music therapy, indicates typical clinical settings, traces historical developments within the profession, and describes how humans respond to musical stimuli. Part II is devoted to specific clinical populations most frequently served by music therapists, and therapeutic approaches suitable for different clientele. Part III, professional issues in music therapy, gives the reader information about the music therapy treatment process, professional ethics, and research methodology commonly employed by music therapists. Although written primarily as an introduction to the field, it is also appropriate for use by music therapy clinicians and practitioners in other helping professions who wish to learn more about how music is used with persons who have illnesses or disabilities. This book was written especially for dedicated students and professionals who believe they can make a difference in the lives of these people who have special needs.
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Mel Bay Guitar Songbook for Music Therapy
by Kathryn Scheldt, Frances McClain
$14.48 new/used

A collection of tunes representing a diversity of ideas, experiences, and geographic locations, this songbook provides a resource for use in clinical, educational, recreational, and religious settings. Designed to allow even a beginning guitarist to lead singing, the songs are written in standard notation with rhythm chord symbols and diagrams. Lyrics are given for all of the songs, with creative adaptations included with some melodies. Sample guitar accompaniment patterns are given in notation and tablature.
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Music Therapy Handbook (Creative Arts and Play Therapy)
$72.04 new/used

Rich with case material, this groundbreaking volume provides a comprehensive overview of music therapy, from basic concepts to emerging clinical approaches. Experts review psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, and developmental foundations and describe major techniques, including the Nordoff-Robbins model and the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. An expansive section on clinical applications examines music therapy with children and adults, as well as its recognized role in medical settings. Topics include autism spectrum disorder, school interventions, brain injury, and trauma. An authoritative resource for music therapists, the book also shows how music can be used by other mental health and medical professionals. The companion website features audio downloads illustrative of the Nordoff-Robbins model.

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Music Therapy Exam Secrets Study Guide: MT-BC Test Review for the Music Therapist, Board-Certified Examination
by MT-BC Exam Secrets Test Prep TeamSearch for MT-BC Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
$32.99 new/used

Get the test prep help you need to be successful on the Music Therapy test.

The Music Therapy Exam is extremely challenging and thorough test preparation is essential for success. Music Therapy Exam Secrets Study Guide is the ideal prep solution for anyone who wants to pass the Music Therapy Exam.

Music Therapy Exam Secrets Study Guide includes:
  • A thorough review for the Music Therapy Exam
  • A breakdown of music theory, perception, and skills in clinical situations
  • An examination of initial assessments and treatment planning
  • An analysis of treatments, implementation and termination
  • A guide to ongoing documentation and evaluation of therapy
  • An in-depth look at professional development and responsibilities
It's filled with the critical information you'll need in order to do well on the test: the concepts, procedures, principles, and vocabulary that the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) expects you to have mastered before sitting for the exam.

The Music Theory, Perception, and Skills in Clinical Situations section covers:
  • Intervals
  • Triads and Chords
  • Cadences
  • Harmonic analysis
  • Scales
  • Vocal Registers
  • Rhythm
  • Self-listening and tuning
The Initial Assessment and Treatment Planning section covers:
  • Therapy versus regular settings
  • Movement and music
  • Assessments from observations
  • Addressing issues
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Music therapy assessment
  • Objectivity and bias
  • Recording therapy sessions
The Treatment, Implementation and Termination section covers:
  • Baselines
  • Anecdotal records
  • Treatment plans
  • Learning language
  • Individual vs. group therapy
  • Targeted music therapy
  • Types of design
  • Termination
The Ongoing Documentation and Evaluation of Therapy section covers:
  • Data shows success
  • Secondary gains
  • Final evaluation
  • Positive and negative reinforcement
  • Emotional effects
  • Clinical assessment and improvisation
  • Designing experimental studies
  • Requirements for funding
The Professional Development and Responsibilities section covers:
  • Setting goals
  • Keeping abreast of developments
  • Supervision and consultation
  • Computers and music
  • Teaching specifics
  • Defining music therapy
  • Code of Professional Practice
  • Following procedure and recommendations
These sections are full of specific and detailed information that will be key to passing the Music Therapy Exam. Concepts and principles aren't simply named or described in passing, but are explained in detail. The guide is laid out in a logical and organized fashion so that one section naturally flows from the one preceding it. Because it's written with an eye for both technical accuracy and accessibility, you will not have to worry about getting lost in dense academic language.
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