Composition and improvisation resources for music therapists (Lee, Berends & Pun, Eds.) — Reviewed by Gráinne Ravani Foster

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Composition and improvisation
resources for music therapists
(Lee, Berends & Pun, Eds.)

Reviewed by Gráinne Ravani Foster

Title: Composition and improvisation resources for music therapists Editors: Colin A. Lee, Aimee Berends & Sara Pun Publication year: 2015 Publisher: Barcelona Publishers Pages: 288 ISBN: 978-1937440787

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Gráinne Ravani Foster, MPhil, MSc, LRIAM, is a practising music therapist with Nordoff Robbins in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Her current clinical caseload includes adults with dementia, ethnic minority young women with mental health issues, and children and young adults with additional support needs. She has presented several aspects of her clinical work at national and international music therapy conferences. Before qualifying as a music therapist from Queen Margaret University (2013) she specialised in composition for an MPhil in Music and Media Technologies at Trinity College Dublin (2007). She is also the Scotland area group co-coordinator for the British Association of Music Therapy. [grainne.ravanifoster@nordoff-robbins.org.uk]