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Record Type: Review   ID: 519

Music and Miracles: A Companion to Music: Physician for Times to Come

Campbell, Don

 This is an anthology of writings on future possibilities of music, based on people’s exceptional experiences of tone, rhythm, and sound. His aim "is to explore the unexplained mysteries of curation, healing and transformation caused by organized or spontaneously improvised rhythmic sounds" (pp. 5-6). There are 25 chapters in six sections. The section titles, followed by the author’s names of the articles in that section, are: I. The Miracle of Sound (Jean Houston, Therese Schroeder-Sheker, Virgil C. Funk, and Shirley Nicholson). II. The Body of Sound (Larry Dossey, Donald M. Epstein, Lance W. Brunner, Ron Minson, and Pat Moffitt Cook). III. Instruments and Healing (Don G. Campbell, Jeanne Achterberg, Ruth-Inge Heinze, Melinda C. Maxfield, Don Wright, Bonnie Insull, and Khen Rinpoche). IV. Music Therapy and Transformation (Sara Jane Stokes, Kenneth Bruscia, and Laurie Rugenstein). V. Therapeutic Healing With Sound (Arden Mahlberg, Patricia Warming, and Judith B. Belk). VI. Sound as World Healer (Lorin Hollander, Barbara Marx Hubbard, and Don G. Campbell).
Publisher Information:Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 1992. 280p. Chap. bibl; 1 fig; Index: 275-280
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