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Group publication title:

Przegląd Biblioterapeutyczny

Creator:

Wolfram, Ilse

Subject and Keywords:

Brothers Grimm   The Bremen Town Musicians   Poetic power   fleeing animals   Fleeing people   Fairy Tale   Let’s go to Bremen

Abstract:

So far, the musictherapeutical relevance of the fairy tale „The Bremen Town Musicians“ has not yet been examined. In most cases, depending on the intentions of public and political players, the accent is being laid on jobless people, on marketing purposes of the city of Bremen, on the protection of animals, and so on. As this tale is of wide international range, the article cites questions and answers among Polish students of education, realized by Prof. Dr. Wita Szulcz, art therapist and lecturer in Educational Science. The musictherapeutical relevance explains itself through the expression of “making music together”, which guarantees the survival of the animal figures and which is at the same time the main feature in Music Therapy of all schools. After describing the general features in fairy tales as there are the symbols of location, of time, of numbers, the repetitions, of the plot itself, the author refers to the wellknown animals threatened by dead of four modes, as to refugees with individual personalities. In order to make musictherapeutic processes comprehensible, the author describes excerpts from a group music therapy with refugees, who found their experiences mirrored in this tale of the Bremen Town Musicians.

Place of publishing:

Sopot

Publisher:

Wydawnictwo "Smak Słowa"

Contributor:

Czernianin, Wiktor. Red.

Date issued:

2014

Resource Type:

text

Detailed Type:

article

Format:

application/pdf

Identifier:

ISSN 2084-1353

Source:

Psch Cz.239

Language:

ger

Abstract Language :

eng   ger

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Access rights:

Creative Commons, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike

License:

Creative Commons - Attribution, Non-Commercial, NoDerivatives (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)   click here to follow the link

Rights holder:

Copyright by Instytut Psychologii, Wydział Nauk Historycznych i Pedagogicznych, Uniwersytet Wrocławski   Copyright by Department of Psychology, Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences, University of Wrocław

Autor opisu:

TK