Singing for Health
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Emily Foulkes talks to Sophie Garner about her work and research on singing for people with brain injuries and her journey to becoming an author of books about creative songwriting with children.
The Origins of Singing for Health
Dr Stephen Clift - Professor Emeritus at Canterbury Christ Church University, Visiting Professor at York St John University and Professorial Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health - looks back over 20 years of Singing for Health research.
Measuring the Unmeasurable
Dave Camlin - musician, composer, music educator and researcher - explores the building up of a picture of group singing that captures more of its profoundly transformational nature. Difficult to quantify in research terms, but of enormous potential value if it can be captured.
Singing and Parkinson's
Vocal coach and choral facilitator Elizabeth Drwal Stuttard presents two films exploring raising proprioceptive awareness in community singers with Parkinson’s through Laban based movement warm-ups integrated into the vocal sessions
Phoene Cave on singing and lung health
Phoene Cave - leading specialist in singing and lung health - gives an audio description of the powerful role singing can play in combatting Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
How singing affects health & wellbeing
Dr Sarah Andersen describes her experiences of singing in the tiny Norwegian city of Namsos, and her continuing work to understand more about the wellbeing aspects of singing.
The Singing Clinic – Building a Singing for Health Programme in partnership with Social Prescribing
Emily Foulkes shares her experiences of developing Singing for Health work linked to Social Prescribing in Cornwall