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Clinical BOPulation is a music therapy podcast hosted by a collective of music therapists and music therapy educators. Every other week, these hosts introduce a singer/songwriter and explore how their music can be utilized therapeutically. Following a preview of the week's featured BOP, each host will describe music therapy interventions that can be created as well as populations that would benefit from the track.
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Our views are our own and do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
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Listen to "Hemisphere” by Moshe Singer, singer-songwriter and co-founder of Creative Gatherings based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. This episode is part of our World Congress of Music Therapy 2020 presentation and done in collaboration with Creative Gatherings - South Africa. Check out more from Moshe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9KG2XCeBEA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6q8fz2LZCcPTOl7KunCIA https://www.facebook.com/moshesingermusic/ Listen to more Creative Gatherings Artists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy0ueIhu7F-Z0_1V-sYMNWA Read the transcript with lyrics HERE! (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1170zai_67UWBuoAYU3yS--6bikqQQ_Ab/view?usp=sharing) Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
Listen to "Music Recognition" by Ma'anza, a singer-songwriter based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. This episode is part of our World Congress of Music Therapy 2020 presentation and done in collaboration with Creative Gatherings - South Africa. Lyric Translation HERE (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MOoFgHH0Cm4709joYM_CWB8ggTBc5BOCEQT0e3YU0qk/edit?usp=sharing) Check out more from Ma'anza https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnsJTVIYbZA https://www.facebook.com/MaanzaMusic/ Listen to more Creative Gatherings Artists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy0ueIhu7F-Z0_1V-sYMNWA Read the transcript with lyrics [HERE] (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FeFPll5VB-uPzvWwQFLUjAROkVMeLz1L/view?usp=sharing) ! Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
Listen to "Mphatlhalatsana” by AZURI Street Symphony, a band based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. Lyric Translation HERE (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H1q-Q-Cf8YVGUEz60A-FlbUogeev_8Ck/view?usp=sharing) Check out more from AZURI Street Symphony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEv_9ktpv8k https://www.facebook.com/azuristreetsymphony/ Listen to more Creative Gatherings Artists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy0ueIhu7F-Z0_1V-sYMNWA Read the transcript with lyrics HERE (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zd9XZPJojeFuUmx5sq4s8ElNz3GTRhHP/view?usp=sharing)! Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to a few bloopers and outtakes with the Bop Squad and guests from previous episodes. Hope these bring you some laughs! Thank you so much for hanging around during Season 4...we'll be back in the fall with Season 5! Thanks to the following guests for laughing with us: Kamica King (http://kamicaking.com/) from Episode 11 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/11) MingYuan Low (https://drexel.edu/cnhp/about/people-of-purpose/low-ming-yuan/) from Episode 27 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/27) Karter Schachner (https://solpersona.bandcamp.com/) from Episode 31 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/31) Rachel Rambach (https://listenlearnmusic.com/) from Episode 32 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/32) Hakeem Leonard (https://soundcloud.com/user-493792906) from Episode 34 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/34) Amy de Jesus (https://amyandandy.bandcamp.com/) from Episode 35 (https://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/34) Clinical BOPulations Statement - Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/2184182151900595/posts/2677532632565542/?d=n)and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/p/CA318LyFzzZ/?igshid=10eo8tf9e9gy1) Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Sunshine“ by Amy de Jesus, MSW, a social worker and soon-to-be music therapist based out of Nashville, TN Check out more from the Brighter Light Brigade : https://amyandandy.bandcamp.com/ https://music.apple.com/us/artist/amy-andy/1482275274 https://open.spotify.com/artist/73Oaxapjg12p6LCrc7vSdT https://www.facebook.com/BrighterLightBrigade/ Other shoutouts include: Little Miss Ann Band (https://littlemissannandamyd.bandcamp.com/releases) Quarantine Virtual Collaboration (https://youtu.be/LgDEgYSsnG8) Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Nice Negro” by Hakeem Leonard, PhD, MT-BC, a professor, music therapist, and artist based out of Virginia Check out more from Hakeem: https://soundcloud.com/user-493792906 Twitter: @musicallman Other shoutouts include: Article (referenced by Grant) - Hear and Be Heard: Learning With and Through Music as a Dialogical Space for Co-Creating Youth Led Conflict Transformation (https://voices.no/index.php/voices/article/view/2351) Shenandoah University Music Therapy (https://www.facebook.com/ShenandoahUniversityMusicTherapyProgram/) Black Creative Healing (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg-lyupbG8ulmeGqHfFBPhA/featured) Join our conversation on our NEW Facebook discussion group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/539977323566387/)! You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop (www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com)! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Through it All“ by Johnnybgood, a producer and composer based out of Nashville Check out more from Johnnybgood: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6mkoED9Qn2ikABCMaDcInB https://music.apple.com/us/artist/johnnybgood/1489108294 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxneb-CK_4V-z3JuieegsWg https://soundcloud.com/johnnybgood89 IG: @johnnybgood89 Other Shoutouts include: The Feeling is Musical Podcast (https://scmusicproject.org/podcast/) Alex Crooke/Today's Future Sound (https://todaysfuturesound.org/) Rachel Rambach (https://listenlearnmusic.com/) Marlon Sobol (https://www.komitoms.com/) DJ Mickey Breeze (https://www.facebook.com/djmickeybreeze01/) You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Body Cross, Applesauce“ by Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC, a music therapist based out of Illinois. Check out more from Rachel: https://listenlearnmusic.com/ Listen Learn Music Blogpost - Older Adults (https://listenlearnmusic.com/2020/03/42-music-therapy-songs-for-older-adults.html) Get her book Innovative Income for Music Therapists https://listenlearnmusic.com/innovative IG: @rachelrambach You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Speckles“ by Karter Schachner, MT-BC, based out of Pittsburgh, PA. Check out more from Karter: https://solpersona.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/karter-schachner @tastetherainbro You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we share 10 seconds of songs we enjoy and discuss clinical implications. We do not own these songs. For educational use only. Daylight by Taylor Swift Bend and Not Break by Dashboard Confessional Arms Unfolding by Dodie Dodie video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JGbdaNO7uqI You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we share 10 seconds of songs we enjoy and discuss clinical implications. We do not own these songs. For educational use only. Afire Love by Ed Sheeran U by Kendrick Lamar You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Time Will Heal Me" by Everything, a band based out of Virginia and discuss their newest project, a music creation app called Light the Music. Check out more from Everything: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2YZXO84I5cZGI7ukp2N2om?si=iDmhiIguQgufUsLMbWV7zQ https://music.apple.com/us/artist/everything/5840987 Check out Light the Music and slide into the DMs: http://www.lightthemusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/LightTheMusic/ https://www.instagram.com/OROvisualmusic/ Shout out to Brea Murakami at Instru(mental) (https://www.instrumentalpodcast.com/)and spreading the knowledge of the Music Reminicense Bump (https://www.instrumentalpodcast.com/2019/07/23/how-does-music-evoke-autobiographical-memories/) "I think that manipulation of time, musically and lyrically, is part of what makes songwriting so interesting. Because what four minute song has ever been about exactly four-mintues of someone's life? Within the structure of a simple four-minute song, you can play with what happens between the beginning and the end and warp the sense of time. A four-minute song might dwell on one special second of our life. And that one second might represent a turning point, something that implies a whole lifetime." - Ben Folds, A Dream about Lightning Bugs Check out the 7/20 Initiative (http://clinicalbopulations.fireside.fm/720) and help us get to South Africa! You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "My World" by Irma Seleman, a singer-songwriter based out of Malaysia and explore Malaysian culture with MingYuan Low, MA, MT-BC. Check out more from Irma Seleman: https://www.irmaseleman.com/ https://www.facebook.com/irmaselemanmusic/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/0iM8LF2TW5zifVLg92DC3p https://music.apple.com/us/artist/irma-seleman/472875509 Shout out to Tricia at Music Therapy Chronicles (https://musictherapychronicles.com/)! You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
In honor of the American Music Therapy Association Conference this past week, we present to you this live episode! On this episode, we listen to “Twenty Two and Some Change” by Stephen Day and discuss it live in session with music therapy students, professionals, and educators from all over the nation! Check out more from Stephen Day: https://www.stephenday.org/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4cnFw4bkIWVGKUBsr93OS5 https://music.apple.com/us/artist/stephen-day/1105545677 You can support this podcast as well by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Whether To” by Jessica Gerhardt, a singer-songwriter/ukelelist based out of Santa Monica, California. Check out more from Jessica Gerhardt: https://www.jessicagerhardt.com/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/7xvSgW67fQNBnVwiLrvtJ1 https://music.apple.com/us/artist/jessica-gerhardt/1204547564 You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "What You Would Hear” by Salt Creek based out of Lincoln, Nebraska. Check out the MUSIC VIDEO (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pw_O0oO5Tdo)!!! Check out more from Salt Creek: https://www.saltcreekmusic.com https://open.spotify.com/artist/1TglzqikfCCHG4pXOlKR6Y https://music.apple.com/us/artist/salt-creek/id987526272 You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Soy Tico” by Carlos Guzman, based out of Costa Rica, and discuss with Marianela DeVries, MT-BC. Translation HERE (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8Xiaoj21fqubm5VYUt4amVSU00zSGxROEVidEhacUYzaUFv). Check out more from Carlos Guzman: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5Qx9fM8KnXLBztlD8sALO7?si=zie5U-QMQYKSlNnW6kKTug https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/carlos-guzman/1109248974 Other Costa Rican music to check out: Los Hicsos Gaviota La Pandylla Marfil Malpais Grupo Patria Costa Rica You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Calm Sights” by the resident artists of Able ARTS Work's Achieving Results Together Center, based out of California. Check out the MUSIC VIDEO (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM0HfYHcS_k)!!! This episode is sponsored by Able ARTS Work (https://www.ableartswork.org/) Check out more from Able ARTS Work's ArtBeat Radio: https://soundcloud.com/artbeat-radio https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFYk6JafFPndg2XniSJY7mQ Research article (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/24469862/) on therapeutic music video intervention for resilience by D Burns and SL Robb You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Baila” by the resident artists of Able ARTS Work's Therapeutic Arts Program, based out of California. This episode is sponsored by Able ARTS Work (https://www.ableartswork.org/) Check out more from Able ARTS Work's ArtBeat Radio: https://soundcloud.com/artbeat-radio https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFYk6JafFPndg2XniSJY7mQ You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! Click HERE (https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations) to support Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! Click HERE (https://www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com) for Bop Gear! Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! Check out SPACE (https://www.gabbybanzon.com/space), Gabby's new songwriting journal for music therapists! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
On this episode, we listen to "Destiny“ by Van Gammon, a rapper/Hip-Hop artist based out of Dallas, TX Check out more from Van Gammon: http://www.vangammon.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/van-gammon/503874622 https://open.spotify.com/artist/4onpnKdjYxaasKXpMHwnNE A theoretical framework and therapeutic songwriting protocol to promote integration of self-concept in people with acquired neurological injuries, (Tamplin, Baker, Macdonald, Roddy, & Rickard, 2015): https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08098131.2015.1011208 You can support this podcast by contributing to our Patreon and get bloopers, early releases, and more! https://www.patreon.com/clinicalbopulations Also, let everyone know you're a bophead by grabbing some swag from the Bop Shop! www.clinicalbopulations.threadless.com Share this episode from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClinicalBOPulations) to help get the word out. Join our conversation of how you currently or could use this song in a clinical setting. ALSO, if you or someone you know is a songwriter and would like to be featured on this podcast, send us a message on our facebook page! These views do not represent AMTA or CBMT.
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