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  • Music & Health Research Group | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Press Edwards J 2011 The use of music therapy to promote attachment between parents and infants The Arts in Psychotherapy 38 190 195 Edwards J 2011 Consideration of potential informants from feminist theory for music therapy practice In Ken Bruscia Ed Readings in Music Therapy Theory Gilsum PA Barcelona Publishers Edwards J Kennelly J 2011 Music Therapy for children in hospital care A stress and coping framework for practice In Anthony Meadows Ed Developments in Music Therapy Practice Case Perspectives pp 151 165 Gilsum NH Barcelona Ledger A Edwards J 2011 Arts based research practices in music therapy research Existing and potential developments The Arts in Psychotherapy 38 312 317 Ledger A 2011 Parent child music therapy programmes in schools A reflection on practical and professional aspects in Jane Edwards Ed Music therapy and parent infant bonding Oxford Oxford University Press 2011 McCaffrey T Edwards J Fannon D 2011 Is there a role for music therapy in the recovery approach in mental health The Arts in Psychotherapy 38 185 189 Van den Tol A Edwards J 2011 Exploring a rationale for listening to sad music when feeling sad Psychology of Music pre publication online doi 10 1177 0305735611430433 2010 Intveen A 2010 The piano is a wooden box with false teeth Perspectives in anthroposophical music therapy as revealed through interviews with two expert practitioners The Arts in Psychotherapy 37 370 377 doi 10 1016 j aip 2010 09 004 Ledger A 2010 Exploring multiple identities as a health care ethnographer International Journal of Qualitative Methods 9 291 304 http ejournals library ualberta ca index php IJQM issue view 581 Tiernan J 2010 Céim ar Chéim Step by Step Community music program in an Irish probation center A personal reflection International Journal of Community Music 3 1 p p 133 142 doi 10 1386 ijcm 3 1 133 7 Tiernan J 2010 Higher education in the community Sounding Board 1 2010 p p 9 12 ISSN1464630 Tiernan J 2010 Tiernan in China Sounding Board 4 2010 p p 9 11 2009 Edwards J 2009 Music and medicine in Ireland A vibrant and developing community of practice Music Medicine 1 117 122 doi 10 1177 1943862109346560 Gilbertson S 2009 A reference standard bibliography Music Therapy with children who have experienced traumatic brain injury Music Medicine Vol 1 no 2 129 139 Smyth S Edwards J 2009 Exploring the experiences of students in the final stage of music therapy training Voices A World Forum for Music Therapy https normt uib no index php voices article viewArticle 346 270 2008 Edwards J 2008 The use of music in healthcare contexts A select review of writings from the 1890s to the 1940s Voices A World Forum for Music Therapy 8 2 online np Noone J 2008 Developing a music therapy programme within a Person Centred Planning framework Voices A World Forum for Music Therapy Vol 8 No 3 2007 Edwards J Hadley S 2007 Expanding music therapy practice Incorporating the feminist frame The Arts in

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  • MA Music Therapy | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    in musical interaction to support people who have additional needs because of medical psychological physical or emotional problems Music therapists work in a range of settings including nursing homes residential care facilities community settings schools and hospitals Music therapists are responsible to develop and implement appropriate programmes after assessment of clients and groups Outcomes of the work are evaluated and reported to colleagues within the multidisciplinary team Music Therapists are experts in using the gentle non intrusive non verbal qualities of music making in conjunction with their insight and training in therapeutic relationships to develop programmes that help identify and address client s needs Qualified Music Therapists work as members of a multidisciplinary team and are considered part of the Allied Health professional work force in hospitals nursing homes hostels clinics and schools The course requires a high level of music skill on entry Experience in paid or volunteer work with people who have a disability or experience some sort of social disadvantage exclusion is required As the programme is offered in an international academy of music and dance students from many places and backgrounds are represented in the intake cohort including to date students from Canada China England Germany Greece Northern Ireland Norway and the USA Fieldwork Placements Placements are organised by the programme in conjunction with Qualified Music Therapists employed on the island Students are advised their placement sites and times and must complete them as agreed supervisors dates and sites are non negotiable The costs of travel to and from placement and any costs such as purchasing music or having to stay overnight if the placement is not local to Limerick must be covered by the student Careers Qualified Music Therapists are employed in the health service the education department community programmes and or are self employed Graduates of MA in Music Therapy at the Irish World Academy have gained full time positions in facilities such as Cheeverstown House in Dublin Cope Foundation in Cork St Joseph s Charleville and the Milford Care Centre in Limerick Other graduates are or have been employed in a wide range of services including the Mayo Mental Health Service Bluebox Creative Learning Centre in Limerick and Enable Ireland and a number of graduates work at various locations in the North for the Northern Ireland Music Therapy Trust Entrance Requirements A high level of music skills in performance A degree qualification or equivalent in any of the following music psychology health sciences medicine education or related discipline Experience of working with people who have additional needs A willingness to engage in personal development through attending psychotherapy An interview audition will be offered to short listed candidates It is not possible to enter the course without successfully completing the audition process Provision is made for international students All candidates should check the FAQ link Course Director Acting Dr Alpha Woodward Alpha has accumulated over 15 years of clinical music therapy experience and internship supervision in ge riatric populations and served as the professional

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  • Aims and Objectives | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song Aims and Objectives Aims and Objectives To provide two independent yet interacting streams of study one

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  • Programme of Study | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song Programme of Study Programme of Study The MA Ritual Chant Song is a one year full time postgraduate programme of study Students may be permitted to extend their study over a second full time year subject to available places the agreement of the course director and the director of the Irish World Academy Areas of study include the repertoire and technical skills contained in the Ritual Chant and Song Practicum modules along with materials methods and context for Western chant In the first semester students will also be provided with a solid foundation in ritual studies and ethnographic fieldwork followed by an advanced ritual studies seminar in semester two Students may choose to engage in an area of independent study based on expertise available in another area of study at the Irish World Academy including Ethnochoreology Irish Traditional Dance Performance Ethnomusicology Classical String Performance Contemporary Dance Performance Music Education Music Therapy Irish Traditional Music Performance An independent study may be performance based or academic and is selected in consultation with the course director Students also interact with somatic practices which contribute to the

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  • Programme Outline | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    and ethnomusicological approaches through three seminar areas chant theory which will introduce Western plainchant in its historical social religious liturgical intellectual and aesthetic contexts ritual theory which will introduce theoretical and methodological approaches to ritual and ritual song a survey of Irish ritual practices which will introduce ritual practices from prehistoric to postmodern times with particular reference to vocal performance back to top MU5352 Ritual Chant Song Seminar 2 This module will build on the work of MU 5351 Ritual Chant Song 1 through the facilitation of an in depth understanding of theoretical paradigms relevant to the study and performance of ritual vocal repertoires drawing on both historical musicological and ethnomusicological approaches through three major seminar areas chant theory ritual theory and a survey of Irish ritual practices it will also facilitate independent study and research in topics relevant to these specialist areas back to top MU5361 Ritual Chant Song Practicum 1 This module will provide specialist vocal training appropriate to the idiomatic performance of a range of vocal repertoires including Western plainchant Irish traditional religious song aspects of the Western choral tradition and selected world ritual vocal repertoires tuition will include solo vocal technique and repertoire classes instruction in schola and ensemble singing conducting and facilitating ensemble performance vocal accompaniment as appropriate to specialist repertoires sight singing and aural training within a contextual approach to vocal repertoires and performance techniques back to top MU5362 Ritual Chant Song Practicum 2 This module will develop the practical instruction introduced in MU 5351 Ritual Chant Song Practicum 1 through the provision of specialist vocal training appropriate to the idiomatic performance of a range of vocal repertoires including Western plainchant Irish traditional religious song aspects of the Western choral tradition and selected world ritual vocal repertoires tuition will include solo vocal technique and

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  • Applications | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song Applications Applications Entrance Requirements Primary degree in a suitable discipline with first or second class honours or an approved equivalent qualification or an equivalent capability based on prior professional experience A performance audition will be required in all cases In the event of significant travel involved please contact the course director to make alternate arrangements In the case of either a live or recorded audition applicants are required to prepare two contrasting vocal pieces without accompaniment At least one and preferably two pieces should be from Plainchant Gregorian Chant or Ritual Song repertoires Additional audio visual or written material may be required at the course director s discretion If you have any questions about the programme please contact us How to apply http www ul ie graduateschool how apply http www ul ie graduateschool courses research irish world academy or Postgraduate Admissions

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  • MA Ritual Chant – Testimonial | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song MA Ritual Chant Testimonial MA Ritual Chant Testimonial Graduate Profiles Christine Rolin Since Christine graduated from the M A in Ritual Chant Song at the Irish World Academy in 2003 she has been part of St Michael Choir Church St Michel Dijon France Her research interests lie in the area of early harp music chant and poetry which she has been currently sharing with the HHSI Historical Harp Society of Ireland Kilkenny which she joined in 2003 Presently and since 2012 Christine is developing research into clinical music therapy with A M B Atelier de Musicothérapie de Bourgogne at the C H S Hospital de La Chartreuse Dijon Femke Van Der Kooij The MA in Ritual Chant and Song combines the academic and the practical really well I became

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  • MA Ritual Chant and Song – Media | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song MA Ritual Chant and Song Media MA Ritual Chant and Song Media A number of our graduates and tutors direct and sing with the following ensembles CANTORAL is an all female chant ensemble specialising in Western plainchant and early polyphony with a particular interest in medieval Irish repertoire Most of the members of Cantoral are graduates of the MA in Ritual Chant and Song and have a strong scholarly grounding in reading manuscript sources and are therefore able to prepare their own musical editions from original sources Their first recording Let The Joyous Irish Sing Aloud Laetabundus Decantet Hybernicorum Cetus was launched in October 2014 and is a collection of chant and medieval song inspired by Irish medieval spirituality drawing on manuscript sources from and related to Ireland http www omahonys ie catalog let the joyous irish sing aloud cantoral p 419915 html HIBERNIA is a cross disciplinary ensemble directed by Óscar Mascareñas that focuses on the performance of early music repertoires within the realm of contemporary practice Members of the ensemble have included graduates of the BA Voice and Dance BAVAD the MA

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