Music Medicine and Music Therapy and an Anesthesiologist’s Journey Along the Way

Fred Schwartz, Sofia A Shirley

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The author goes over his many years of experience as an anesthesiologist using music in his practice, and his association with various professionals in music medicine and music therapy.


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