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Ballade sonore et musicale avec Madame Clémence

Abstract : The walk is both symbolic and generated by the music we play, Mrs Clemence and myself.Wanderingwith no particular destination. Herhospitalization was decided following the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, and a significant loss of her autonomy. Mrs Clemence has been living3 years in this structurecaring fordependent elderlypeople. Ifherwalking difficulties represent a loss for her, her loveformelody and soundsgaveher daughter the idea of a music therapy. In the first sessions, my goal is centered on her musical pleasure and her well-being. Throughouttheweeksandmonths,ideasareemergingrelatedtothequestionof"listening";howdo we listen, in a specific space, with a resident and her nurses? Why and how am I when I am in a listening situation ?Which waymaytakethe "hotchpotch" of sound ?What happened on this roadwetraveled :ourmutuallistening,ourlistening ofsoundsand music?
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Alice Berthomieu. Ballade sonore et musicale avec Madame Clémence. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2017, 36 (1). ⟨hal-03429418⟩



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