Paul Newham's Therapeutic Voicework

Books

Books by Paul Newham

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The Singing Cure: An introduction to Voice Movement Therapy

Rider Books, 1993

The Outlandish Adventures of Orpheus in the Underworld

Barefoot Books, 1993

Therapeutic Voicework: Principles and Practice for the Use of Singing as a Therapy

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997

The Prophet of Song: The Life and Work of Alfred Wolfsohn

Tiger’s Eye Press, 1997

Using Voice and Movement in Therapy

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999

Using Voice and Song in Therapy

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999

Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999

The Healing Voice: How to use the power of your voice to bring harmony into your life

Element Books, 1999

PLUS,

The Singing Cure: Liberating self-expression through Voice Movement Therapy

6 audio cassettes and a 33-page study guide. 1998 – Sounds True, Boulder, Colorado, USA

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Other useful Books

The Mystery Behind The Voice: A Biography of Alfred Wolfsohn

The Mystery Behind The Voice: A Biography of Alfred Wolfsohn

by Sheila Braggins. Matador, 2012
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Dark Voices: The Genesis of the Roy Hart Theatre

by Noah Pikes. Spring Journal Books, 1999

To paint her life: Charlotte Salomon in the Nazi Era

by Mary Lowenthal Felstiner. Harper Collins, 1995

Charlotte Salomon: Life or Theatre?

Royal Academy of Arts, 1998

Note: Noah Pikes was a student of Roy Hart, who continues to teach the Roy Hart Theatre work. Charlotte Salomon was a student of Alfred Wolfsohn; a German-Jewish artist who died in Auschwitz at the age of 26.

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