A text about Professor Tony Wigram, one of the most prolific writers in current music therapy publications. He wrote or edited fourteen books on music therapy, authored more than fifty articles in peer reviewed journals, and over seventy chapters in books. His research interests included:
- the physiological effect of sound and music;
- assessment and diagnosis of Autism and communication disorder;
- Rett Syndrome;
- methods of training and advanced level training in music therapy;
- and the documentation of methods and techniques in clinical practice in music therapy.