This volume includes studies that tackle ways in which Jews experience and conceive music both as individuals and as communities living in diaspora conditions. Negotiating the constitution of a Jewish self through music, within a wide variety of social and cultural non-Jewish milieus past and present, transpires as a thread interlacing these studies. The intriguing and rather unusual Hebrew title of the book, roughly translated as “Garment and Core”, has kabbalistic overtones and addresses the dialectic tension between form and content, between objective perception of the outside world and inner, or subjective, perception.
Danacode:   110-10625 ISBN:  978-965-226-399-5 Language:   Hebrew;English Pages:   400 Weight:   950 gr Dimensions:  17x24 cm Publication Date:   05/2012 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
The book encompasses the field of music therapy from three points of view: practice, theory and research. It focuses on music psychotherapy and enlarges on the professional dilemmas related to diagnostic and treatment approaches, theoretical models and re