In the following table you will find an overview of the literature we have compiled on the topic of music geragogy.

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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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490 entries were found.

Author Publ. Title
Cevasco, A. M. & Grant, R. E. 2003 Comparison of different methods for eliciting exercise-to-music for clients with Alzheimer's disease.
Christopeit-Mäckmann, U. 2011 »Der Klangwagen kommt« – Ein mobiles Musikangebot für dementiell erkrankte Heimbewohner.
Clair, A. A. 1996 Therapeutic uses of music with older adults.
Clair, A. A. 2003 Singen in der Lebensqualität alter Menschen
Coffman, D. D. 2002 Music an quality of life in older adults
Coffman, D. D. 2006 Voices of experience: Interviews of adult community band members in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
Coffman, D. D. 2009 Learning from our elders: Survey of New Horizons International Music Association band an orchestra directors.
Coffman, D. D. 2009 Voices of experience: Lessons from older adult amateur musicians.
Conda, M. 1997 The late bloomers piano club: A case study of a group in progress (Performance, OH).
Cowles, A. et al. 2003 Musical skill in dementia: a violonist presumed to have Alzheimer´s disease learns to play a new song