Music as Well-being
Figure One The Sequence of Musical Development (Swanwick and Tillman 1986) 124 Figure Two A Model of Enculturation (Boyce-Tillman 1996) 126 Figure Three The Five Domains of the Musical Experience (Boyce-Tillman 2004) 127 Figure Four The Spiritual Experience in Music (Boyce-Tillman 2006a and c) 129 Figure Five Table of Metric and Return Beat (Taiwo 2012) 202 Figure Six The Metric Beat (Taiwo 2012) 202 Figure Seven The Return Beat (Taiwo 2012) 203 Figure Eight Positions of Power (Carter Heyward 2003) 235 Figure Nine Value Systems (Boyce-Tillman 2007) 236 Figure Ten Community Choir Leadership (Morgan 2013) 250 Figure Eleven The Spiritual Experience in Music (Boyce-Tillman 2006a and c) 281 Figure Twelve The Absence of the Spiritual Experience (Boyce-Tillman 2005) 282 Figure Thirteen A Child’s Concert (Boyce-Tillman 2005) 284 Figure Fourteen ‘They are playing our tune’ (Boyce-Tillman 2005) 285 Figure Fifteen A Classical Concert (Boyce-Tillman 2005) 286 Figure Sixteen A Virtuoso Performance (Boyce-Tillman 2005) 286
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