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The sweet peace of perfect assurance: On well-being in the hymns texts of Fanny Crosby
Well-being is often described as a state of happiness or satisfaction with life, but it is so much more. The influence of religious involvement on a positive sense of well-being of the individual has been well documented. ...
Music and well-being
(Vaal Triangle Faculty, North-West University, 2014)
This paper scrutinizes how human beings relate to the wider cosmos in the thinking of the European Middle Ages. The re-invention of the ‘spiritual’ might liberate Western culture from Cartesian elements within Western ...
Performing arts medicine: A research model for South Africa
Performing Arts Medicine has developed into a highly specialised field over the past three decades. The Performing Arts Medical Association (PAMA) has been the leading proponent of this unique and innovative field with ...
On the special edition of Td: Focusing on music and well-being
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Ubuomba: Negotiating indigenisation of liturgical music in the Catholic Church in Zambia
In the early 1950s the Vatican accepted the translation of Catholic hymnals into local Zambian languages and the incorporation of indigenous musical instruments into the liturgical music. This development inspired a group ...
Healing notes: singing for well-being in an African bank
In 2005, Dr Steve Booysen - then Group Chief Executive of the Absa Group - initiated an internal choir festival as a platform for social interaction and teambuilding of staff across all cultures, age groups and post ...
Indian music and dance for inclusive development: A reflection on the Republic of Mauritius
The purpose of this article is to argue, prove and demonstrate that Indian Music and Dance have a crucial role to play in the overall development of the Republic of Mauritius. Following intensive and extensive literature ...
'Through music and into music', through music and into well-being: Dalcroze eurhythmics as music therapy
There is a longstanding relationship between music therapy and Dalcroze Eurhythmics, an approach to music education that had its beginnings in the reform pedagogy movement of the European fin de siècle. Émile Jaques-Dalcroze ...
Understanding music’s therapeutic efficacy: Implications for music education
In the current era of electronic domination of human experience, be it via cell phone and/or computer addiction, or the ubiquitous television, actual participation in musicmaking is less and less common for the average ...
Music, personhood, and eudaimonia: Implications for educative and ethical music education
This paper proposes that educative and ethical music making and teaching, which is based on a praxial philosophy of music education (Elliott and Silverman, 2014), can be carried out in a variety of ways that create places ...