1948 - Music and Medicine, First Edition
Edited By Dorothy M. Schullian and Max Schoen
Published 1948; First Edition
Henry Schuman, Inc, Publishers/ New York
Music and Medicine is a captivating exploration of the intricate and profound relationship between music and the healing arts. Authored by experts in the fields of music therapy, neuroscience, psychology, and medicine, this book delves into the therapeutic potential of music in various healthcare contexts. From ancient civilizations to modern scientific research, it traverses the rich tapestry of historical, cultural, and scientific perspectives to illuminate the transformative power of music in promoting physical, emotional, and cognitive well-being. With its insightful analysis and compelling case studies, Music and Medicine offers a fascinating journey into the harmonious intersection of music and healing, shedding light on the remarkable ways in which melodies, rhythms, and harmonies can inspire hope, foster resilience, and facilitate profound transformations in the realm of healthcare.
Greenish/gray cloth with gold lettering and detail to spine, embossed detail to front board, binding tight, illustrated, clean pages, very light rubbing to corners/ edges, 482pp. Condition: Very good vintage condition. No dust jacket.
Size: 5 /4” x 8 1/2”