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  • MA Irish Traditional Music Performance | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    PhD Arts Practice Professional Master of Education Music Uversity MA in Creative Process Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited 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 Irish Traditional Music Performance MA Irish Traditional Music Performance MA Irish Traditional Music Performance Programme of Study The MA in Irish Traditional Music Performance is a one year full time programme Its structure is divided between three semesters The third summer semester culminates in a final performance worth 30 credits The elective module will be constructed especially for the student by the student Course Directors and other relevant members of staff Elective modules will draw on the existing areas of expertise at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance including ethnochoreology ethnomusicology Irish traditional dance contemporary dance Irish traditional

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  • MA Music Therapy | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    qualified practitioner In addition the two year program culminates in the preparation and presentation of a major Music Therapy Project The program builds students skills systematically through a series of carefully designed steps toward professional competence Students initially focus on music skills and theoretical underpinnings of professional practice and then move toward implementation of this skill and knowledge in a supported practice context Gradually the level of support on clinical placement is reduced until students in the final placement are assessed on their readiness to practice as independent professionals Programme Structure Year 1 Clinical Orientation Autumn This module is focused on the development of clinical music improvisation skills observational skills assessment goals and treatment planning Arts in Health Autumn Throughout history music as well as other arts based therapies has been used in rituals healing practices cultural symbolism entertainment and as an everyday personal resource The course provides a rich foundation of theoretical knowledge on which to vase a developing understanding of the role of music therapy in healthcare practice in society today Arts Informed Research 1 Autumn This course is an introduction to research in the context of music therapy as an arts dependent practice and covers arts based research methodology the research process skill development in critical thinking and research scholarship including writing presenting and or discussing research outcomes and current issues in research Music Therapy Practice 1 Winter This module develops clinical and theoretical knowledge in the area of developmental theory sociological and psychological through the lifespan Clinical approaches and interventions in vulnerable populations are introduced It further develops clinical music skills in keyboard and vocal improvisation music writing and group work Electives Autumn and Winter In each of the first two semesters students choose from an array of 3 credit courses in which to explore arts

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  • MA Music Therapy FAQ | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    if you are in Ireland most local students have success with VEC scholarships but please note there is no information available about this through the Irish World Academy and requests for this information will not be replied to you must contact your local County office Students from Northern Ireland may apply to the Northern Ireland Music Therapy Trust directly for funding support http www nimtt org index2 htm I would like to specialise in work with a particular population such as hospice patients or children with autism during the course how do I organise that You cannot specialise in any particular work population or context during the course The course has the responsibility to provide music therapy education to the standard of entry level to the profession Specialist qualifications can be gained later either through professional experience or through further study You are assigned placements each semester and you must do the placements you are assigned I would like to live in Dublin Cork Belfast while I am doing the course Is it possible to guarantee that I have my placements in that city We are constrained by the resources in the community and therefore cannot facilitate specific location requests It is best for students to be flexible and be prepared to commute to their fieldwork sites which can be anywhere on the island of Ireland What type of things can I do to do well at the audition interview assessment On receipt of the application candidates are short listed according to relevant experience and qualifications and if you are not short listed for audition you will be advised soon after the closing date The audition interview assessment comprises three sections Audition you must prepare two pieces songs to the best standard on your first instrument You must also prepare a song to sing and accompany yourself one on guitar and one on piano Songs can be rock folk pop religious song or any other type of song You will also be asked to improvise a short piece of music on piano Sucessful applicants usually show musical abilities at a high level including demonstrating musical flexibility and engagement Please note no accompanist is provided for the audition If you wish to bring an accompanist you can do so but you will need to cover any costs this incurs Interview you will be interviewed on your previous relevant experience to this field of work Can you provide examples of your experience of working with people who have additional needs How did this work have an effect on you Did you change any of your ideas about people with disabilities diagnoses by the work you did Applicants who do well here show that they care about the well being of others and have had work or volunteer experience with those who have additional needs in the community Psychological assessment a psychotherapist will also assess your capacity for future therapy work You will be asked about your own life experience and background Your

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  • MA Music Therapy Graduate Profiles | 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 Music Therapy MA Music Therapy Graduate Profiles MA Music Therapy Graduate Profiles Graduate Profiles Lorraine Ní Bhriain Lorraine Ní Bhriain graduated from the MA in Music Therapy course in 2009 She works in Northern Ireland as part of a creative art therapy team in an organisation that provides counseling and creative arts therapy to children young people and adults who are at risk of suicide self harm eating disorders bereaved by suicide who have suffered abuse and those who have trauma related difficulties Lorraine also works with adults with acquired brain injury in a day centre in Belfast which provides services and support to survivors of brain injury in order to rebuild their lives Along with this work she provides group music therapy sessions in residential homes to older adults many of whom have Dementia Lorraine is a registered music therapist with the Health Professions Council in the UK and a member of the British Association of Music Therapists BAMT Tommy Hayes Tommy Hayes graduated from the MA in Music Therapy in 2002 He initially worked in adolescent care and he is now in private practice working with adolescents children and adults with Autism cerebral palsy and in the mental health services Prior to becoming a music therapist he was a professional percussionist for 28 years mostly performing traditional Irish music Tracey Jones Tracey Jones graduated from the MA in Music Therapy in 2000 The best thing about the course was the opportunity to experience a variety of music therapy

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  • Completed Research Postgraduates | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Degree Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates O Keeffe Máire Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments Máire O Keeffe comes from Tralee Co Kerry and is presently a Ph D student at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance in the University of Limerick studying The role of the button accordion in Irish Traditional Music She is well known as a traditional fiddle player with her repertoire including music from such Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates O Donnell Mary Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments Mary O Donnell began her harp studies with the late Sr Eugene McCabe at Mount Sackville School in Dublin and she later studied with Fiona Norwood Sebastien Lipman and attended masterclasses with the renowned harpist and teacher Edward Witsenberg In 1992 she was awarded an Entrance Exhibition to Trinity College Dublin and graduated with an honours Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates O Brien Moran Jimmy Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments The material for my dissertation research centred around the collected repertoire of Paddy Conneely d September 11 1851 a blind professional piper from Galway He was probably the first folk musician to have had his engraved likeness adorn the cover of a widely read journal The Irish Penny Journal in the 1840s Penny journals were Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates Gaul Liam Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments Ph D by Research My research project assesses the music manuscript of Patrick Joseph McCall containing the tunes to accompany the Mummer s Play in south east Wexford McCall commenced his manuscript note book the only one to survive on the 1st November 1887 Only a small number of the 40 tunes contained in the note book were published in Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates Escribano Maria Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments Coming from a background in sociology and social anthropology I am currently a PhD student in Ethnomusicology under the supervision of Prof Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin My involvement in music which developed from personal interest drew me to the MA in Ethnomusicology at the Irish World Academy for Music and Dance graduating in 1999 Prior to Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates Denvir Síle Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments Rugadh agus tógadh an t amhránaí sean nóis agus an cláirseoir Síle Denvir i nGaeltacht Chonamara Bhain sí amach céim BA sa Ghaeilge agus sa cheol in Ollscoil na hÉireann Maigh Nuad i 2002 Chuaigh sí as sin chuig Ollscoil na hÉireann Gaillimh áit ar bhain sí amach Máistreacht sa Ghaeilge Mar chuid den mháistreacht sin scríobh Continue Reading Filed Under Completed Research Postgraduates Beecher Olive Posted on September 17 2010 by eagarthoir 0 Comments B A M A Ph D Olive Beecher is a professional dancer and dance academic and works free lance as a lecturer in dance and dance studies in both practice

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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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  • 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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  • Professional Master of Education (Music) | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    PhD Arts Practice Professional Master of Education Music Uversity MA in Creative Process Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited 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 Professional Master of Education Music Professional Master of Education Music Professional Master of Education Music Introduction The Professional Master of Education Music is a two year full time initial teacher education programme specially designed to meet the needs of graduates who wish to become teachers of music in secondary schools Applicants must possess a level 8 honours degree NQAI which is recognised by the Teaching Council for eligibility to teach the subject music This course will prepare you to teach music in innovative and creative ways and will introduce you to research in music education Successful completion of an interview is

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