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Anna Chromy was born in Bohemia and read in Paris, France at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere under Maurice Mejaz, the former director of the Academie of Beaux-Arts in Caracas. Shoemark, H., & Dearn, T. (2008). Keeping parents at the centre of family centred music therapy with hospitalised infants. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 19, 3-24. Generally speaking, the mechanism for generating the human voice can be subdivided into three parts; the lungs, the vocal cords within the larynx (voice box), and the articulators. The lung, the pump” must produce adequate airflow and air pressure to vibrate vocal cords. The vocal cords then vibrate to use airflow from the lungs to create audible pulses that form the laryngeal sound source. Actually cords” is not really a good name, because they are not string at all, but rather flexible stretchy material more like a stretched piece of balloon. The correct name is vocal folds. The muscles of the larynx adjust the length and tension of the vocal folds to ‘fine-tune’ pitch and tone. The articulators (the parts of the vocal tract above the larynx consisting of tongue, palate, cheek, lips, etc.) articulate and filter the sound emanating from the larynx and to some degree can interact with the laryngeal airflow to strengthen it or weaken it as a sound source. The human voice is a natural musical instrument and singing by people of all ages, alone or in groups, is an activity in all human cultures. The human voice is essentially a natural instrument, with the lungs supplying the air, the vocal folds (membrane) setting up the vibrations i.e. membranophone, and the cavities of the upper throat, mouth, and nose forming a resonating chamber modifying sound i.e. aerophones. Different pitches are obtained by varying the tension of the opening between the vocal folds. Modern Art art created from the 19th century to the mid-20th century by artists who veered away from the traditional concepts and techniques of painting, sculpture, and other fine arts that had been practiced since the Renaissance (also search for Renaissance art and architecture). Nearly every phase of modern art was initially greeted by the public with ridicule, but as the shock wore off, the various movements settled into history, influencing and inspiring new generations of artists. Solomon, Alan. The Americans at Expo 67.” American Painting Now. Exh. cat. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1967. Rickson, D. (1997). The music therapist working in New Zealand schools with children who have disabilities. The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy, 44-53. A preventive music therapy group for adolescent girls at an inner city child development center was developed to minimize further delinquency and other risk behaviors. The group was funded by an urban women’s foundation and consisted of nine participants. Sessions were one hour across 8 weeks divided into two segments; songwriting for 4 weeks and song production for 4 weeks. This paper reports on the outcomes of the four-week songwriting intervention. The primary goal was promote the protective factor of increased emotional competence through contextual application of emotions. A board-certified music therapist and a music therapy graduate student co-led the sessions.
Galerie Blue Square announces a move to Washington, DC. Dianne Beal will continue to promote contemporary Russian art while working with artists of the gallery and its clients. The new space is housed in a three-story townhouse in Georgetown, a chic district in the nation’s capital. Vincent Sator will establish a new gallery in Paris and continue to collaborate with Galerie Blue Square on joint projects. This is a view of the city of St. John’s, with a number of crowded overlapping buildings. The vantage point is from above. The viewer sees roofs and chimneys. There are many details. There is the slight addition of a violet colour along the bottom of the image. Otherwise the image is a mixture of linear drawing and solid irregular black areas. Some of the black areas have some white picked out of it. Suzie HQ – Fascinating when you think how people have been painting their bodies for generations, most likely the paint has got better and the art more detailed because of it. Voted up. Ryu, M.J., Park, J.S., & Park, H. (2012). Effect of sleep‐inducing music on sleep in persons with percutaneous transluminal coronary angiography in the cardiac care unit. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(5‐6), 728-735. Keely Orgeman is the Seymour H. Knox, Jr., Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. She has held several curatorial positions at the Gallery since joining the museum in 2008, most recently the Alice and Allan Kaplan Associate Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture. In 2017 she organized the exhibition Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light and authored the accompanying catalogue; the exhibition traveled to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washington, D.C. Orgeman completed her doctorate at Boston University, where she curated the exhibition Atomic Afterimage: Cold War Imagery in Contemporary Art for the Boston University Art Gallery in 2008. Orgeman is currently working on an exhibition about historical and contemporary portraits of Black Americans. She serves as a curatorial advisor at NXTHVN, a New Haven-based arts incubator cofounded by artist Titus Kaphar, M.F.A. 2006, and on the Committee on Art in Public Spaces at Yale University. Introduces students to the diverse music of Latin America and the Caribbean. Students read and write about the cross-fertilization of indigenous, European, and African influences in the music that have created unique hybrid musical genres. Cultural theories used in class frame the conceptual, behavioral, and musical aspects of performance in a number of contrasting music cultures. Students discuss and write about features of the music cultures under study and investigate how music constructs meaning for listeners. Offers students an opportunity to gain an understanding of the important connection of music to its accompanying dance—which shapes the music’s tempo, rhythmic structure, and form—and to develop critical listening skills.
Pasiali, V. (2013). A clinical case study of family-based music therapy. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 8(3), 249-264. Hess, Thomas B. U.S. Painting: Some Recent Directions.” ARTnews Annual 25 (1956): pp. 76-98, 174-80, 192-99. Coates, Jennifer. Reviews–Thomas Nozkowski: Recent Work” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). Time Out New York, 24-30 April 2008: 101, illustrated. Founded in 1941 with a collection of old masters, the Gallery engaged modern art beginning in 1962, when Chester Dale ‘s bequest brought the museum not only a world-class collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art but also its first paintings by Georges Braque , André Derain , Fernand Léger , Henri Matisse , Amedeo Modigliani , and Pablo Picasso Given that Picasso and Braque were still alive at the time, the Gallery had to change its policy regarding the acquisition of work by living artists. A new era had begun. Chan, M., Wong, Z., Onishi, H., & Thayala, N. (2012). Effects of music on depression in older people: A randomised controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(5‐6), 776-783. Robarts, J.Z. (1996). Music Therapy for Children with Autism. In C. Trevarthen, K. J. Aitken, D. Papoudi & J. Z. Robarts (Eds.), Children with Autism: Diagnosis and Interventions to Meet Their Needs (pp. 134-160). London: Jessica Kingsley. Karmic Abstraction (exhibition catalogue). Text by John Yau. Philadelphia: Bridgette Mayer Gallery, 2011: 39, illustrated. Twombly’s art defies any particular style or form. Artists like Franz Kline and Robert Rauschenberg have associated with Twombly, yet I see none of their style in Twombly’s work You have to give Twombly a lot of credit for finding his own way. He creates art that appears to brush aside his training and contemporaries. His art finds its own way. Shoemark, H. (2006). Infant-directed singing as a vehicle for regulation rehearsal in the medically fragile full-term infant. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 17, 54. Kerkvliet, G.J. (1990). Music therapy may help control cancer pain. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 82(5), 350-352. Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI, and Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. Flying Tigers: Painting and Sculpture in New York, 1939-1946. 27 April – 27 May 1985. Traveled to the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, Long Island, NY, 9 June – 28 July 1985. Catalogue. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. Modern American Painting 1910 – 1940: Toward a New Perspective. 1 July – 25 September 1977. Catalogue with text by William C. Agee. The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York: The History and the Collection. Entry Hans Hofmann,” p. 135. Munich: Prestel, 2007.