Fred Schwartz, Board certified anesthesiologist                                  and music therapist Piedmont Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia/USA



Schwartz, F, Shirley, S. (2019) Medicine and Music Therapy and an Anesthesiologist’s Journey. Music & Medicine. Vol 11(4): 256-261


Schwartz, F. (2019). Medicine and Music Therapy and an Anesthesiologist´s Journey Along the Way. Music and Medicine vol11 no 4, 256-261


Schwartz, F. (2013): Pathophysiology of pain and stress: Implications for perinatal, perioperative, and chronic pain.In J.Mondanaro, G. Sara, (Eds): Music and Medicine: Integrative Models in the Treatment of Pain.

(Chapter 18)  Satchnote Press, NY (in press)


Schwartz, F. (2009): A pilot study of patients in postoperative cardiac surgery. Music and Medicine, July 2009; 1: pp.70-74


Schwartz, F. (2004): Medical music therapy for the premature baby. In: M. Nöcker-Ribaupierre (Ed): Music Therapy for Premature Infants

(pp.85-96) Barcelona Publisher, Gilsum, NH


Schwartz, F. (2000): Music and sound effect on perinatal brain development and the premature baby. In J Loewy (Ed): Music Therapy in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (pp9-19) Sachnote Press, NY


Schwartz,F, Ritchie, R. (1999): Music listening in neonatal intensive care units. In C.Dileo  (Ed): Music Therapy & Medicine: Theoretical and Clinical Applications (pp.13-22) American Music Therapy Association, MD


Schwartz, F, Ritchie, R, Sacks, L, Phillips, C. (1999): Music, stress reduction, and medical cost savings in the neonatal intensive care unit.

In R.Pratt, D.Grocke (Ed): MusicMedicine 3- MusicMedicine and Music Therapy: Expanding Horizons (pp,120-130) University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria


Schwartz, F. (1998): Perinatal stress reduction, music, and medical cost savings. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health

(pp.19-29) 12(1)


Schwartz, F. (1993): Music in medicine. In: F. Bejjani (Ed): Current Research in Arts Medicine (pp. 375-378) a capella books, Chicago, IL


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