Volume 12 (1) 2020 – Book review (first published on 20 August 2018)
Flute, Accordion or Clarinet: Using the Characteristics of Our Instruments in Music Therapy (Oldfield, Tomlinson & Loombe, Eds.)
Reviewed by Fontane Liang
|Title: Flute, Accordion or Clarinet: Using the Characteristics of Our Instruments in Music Therapy | Editors: Amelia Oldfield, Jo Tomlinson & Dawn Loombe | Publication year: 2015 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers | Pages: 344 | ISBN: 978-1-84905-398-3|
Fontane Liang has worked in the NHS (UK) specialising in adult mental health. In her private work, she has worked with children with special needs, including autism, hearing and visual impairment. After training as a neurologic music therapist, she has worked privately in neurorehabilitation. Currently she is working with adolescents at the Institute of Mental Health and in dementia care at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital in Singapore. She is also a freelance professional harpist and has performed with the London Sinfonietta, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Singapore Lyric Opera.