In the following table you will find an overview of the literature we have compiled on the topic of music geragogy.
On the one hand, the entries are labelled with keywords and on the other hand with the categories "English-language literature", "Article in a journal", "Article in a book or conference proceedings", "Practical material" and "Monograph or edited volume". You can also select these categories in the keywords and then filter out all the corresponding entries. You can also combine the filter function with a name or title search and then display all search results sorted.
The keywords are: "movement and dance", "education, learning and development", "biography work", "dementia", "instruments and improvisation", "intergenerational", "intercultural", "listening to music", "music therapy", "singing and voice", "grief, end-of-life care, hospice".
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|Brotons, M.||2003||Literaturübersicht zum Thema Musiktherapie bei Menschen mit dementiellen Erkrankungen.|
|Brotons, M. & Koger, S. M||2000||The impact of music therapy on language functioning in dementia|
|Brotons, M. & Marti, P.||2003||Music therapy with Alzheimer's patients and their family caregivers: a pilot project.|
|Brown, W. S. et al.||1989||Vocal Jitter in Young Adult and Aged Female Voices|
|Bruhn, H.||2003||Musikalische Entwicklung im Alter|
|Bugos, J. A., Kochar, S. & Maxfield, N.||2016||Intense piano training on self-efficacy and physiological stress in aging.|
|Bugos, J., et al.||2004||The effects of individualized piano instruction on executive memory functions in older adults.|
|Busch, B. & Metzger, B.||2017||Musizieren verbindet Generationen. Anregungen zum intergenerativen Musizieren.|
|Busch, B. & Metzger, B.||2020||Generationenverbindende Gruppen (Zielgruppe)|
|Cabeza, R. et al.||2002||Aging gracefully: Compensatory brain activity in high-performing older adults.|