20th Century Composer Genealogy

Music Discussion in Adults with Dementia

Sarah and Emma discuss what it was like to talk about music with a person with some dementia and hearing loss and the challenges they encountered.

 

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References:

A Place For Mom (2011). Music and the mind: A different kind of dementia therapy. Retrieved from: http://alzheimers.aplaceformom.com/articles/dementia- therapy-and-music/
American Music Therapy Association (2010). Music therapy and Alzheimer’s disease. Retrieved from: http://www.musictherapy.org/factsheets/MT%20Alzheimers%202006.pdf
American Music Therapy Association (2010). Quotes about music therapy. Retrieved from: http://www.musictherapy.org/quotes.html
Mayo Clinic (2011). Dementia. Retrieved from: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/dementia/DS01131
WebMD (2011). Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Retrieved from: http://www.webmd.com/alzheimers/guide/alzheimers-dementia

CD’s used:

Ariettes Oubliees: I. C’est l’extase Langoureuse. Debussy: Forgotten Songs, 1997 Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Performed by Dawn Upshaw and James Levine.
Bond On Bond (Adapted from the James Bond Theme). Shine, 2002 Decca Music Group Limited. Performed by Bond.
Fanfare for the Common Man. The Best of Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, 1996 Rhino. Performed by Emerson, Lake, and Palmer.
Frauenliebe und Leben, Op. 42: 1. Seit Ich Ihn Gesehen. Robert & Clara Schumann: Lieder – Frauenliebe und Leben, 1997 Decca Music Group Limited. Performed by Barbara Bonney and Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Seligkeit, D. 433. The artistry of Elly Ameling, 2003 Decca Music Group Limited. Performed by Elly Ameling and Dalton Baldwin.
6 Elizabethan Songs: No. 4. Spring. Rosendal, Jette: Soprano, 2010 Classico. Performed by Frode Stengaard and Jette Rosendal.

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