The Evolution of GIM Programming
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Keywords

GIM
music programming
the Bonny Method

How to Cite

Meadows, A. (2010). The Evolution of GIM Programming. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 10(3). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v10i3.497

Abstract

This article traces the origins and evolution of the music programs central to the Bonny Method (also called GIM or BMGIM). These programmed, sequenced western art music selections shape the core experience of GIM, eliciting intra-, inter-, and trans-personal phenomena through a range of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic feelings, images, memories, and metaphoric fantasies. Bonny’s original programs will be described and discussed in relation to GIM, and developments in programming will demonstrate how the Bonny Method programs have been expanded, including adaptations to music programming and selection.

https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v10i3.497
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