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Music Therapy with the Developmentally Handicapped

Music Therapy with the Developmentally Handicapped

Edith Hillman Boxill presents in this 1976 compilation a collection of songs to exemplify the use of music in handicapped learning development. As Boxill states: “Music therapy is the use of music as a functional, therapeutic tool for the restoration, maintenance, and improvement of mental and physical health.” She focuses on an immersive experience that is “centered in music-movement/sensory-motor/singing and chanting … ” Liner notes include detailed explanations of Boxill’s methods and approaches.

Track Listing

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The People in Your Neighborhood Edith Hillman Boxill 2:20
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102
Day by Day Edith Hillman Boxill 2:38
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103
Shoo Fly Edith Hillman Boxill 2:36
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104
Freedom Train Edith Hillman Boxill 6:21
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105
Haitian Song of Possession Edith Hillman Boxill 3:21
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106
Guantanamera Edith Hillman Boxill 4:27
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Go to Sleep, My Dear (Improvisation) Edith Hillman Boxill 2:57
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202
Hora Edith Hillman Boxill 1:22
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203
This Little Light of Mine Edith Hillman Boxill 3:44
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204
Hey, Betty Martin Edith Hillman Boxill 4:24
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205
Ev'rybody (Nigerian Folksong) Edith Hillman Boxill 6:13
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206
Margarita (Tune of La Cucaracha) Edith Hillman Boxill 0:43

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