Preface, Colwyn Trevarthen. Introduction. 1. Creating Meaning. PART ONE 2. Music, Meaning and Music Therapy: A View from Music Theory. 3. Music Therapy and Universals: Between Culture and Compromise. 4. With Rigour and Imagination: Music Therapy and Music Psychology. 5. Perception, Cognition, Improvisation: A View from Music Therapy. 6. In Concert: Improvisation, Cognition and Music Therapy. PART TWO 7. Meaning in Relationship: The Music Between. 8. Songs Without Words: Music in Communication. 9. Music in Dynamic Form and Dynamic Form in Music. PART THREE 10. Meaning in Relationship: A View from Psychodynamic Theory. 11. Playing with Winnicott's Reality. 12. Psychodynamic Meaning in Music Therapy. 13. Why Do We Become Therapists?
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