References- Music and Language

Here are the references that I used for the conference presentation.
Please feel free to add references that you recommend.

Celce-Murcia, M., Brinton, D. M., & Goodwin, J. M. (1996).Teaching pronunciation: a reference for teachers of English to speakers of other languages. Cambridge [etc.: Cambridge University Press
Davidson, P., Bainbridge, S., & O'Shea, P. (2005). An Integrated Approach: Techniques for Teaching Pronunciation Skills and Communicating in the ESL Classroom. Standards in English language teaching and assessment: proceedings of the 10th TESOL Arabia Conference [Dubai, U.A.E., March, 2004] (pp. 178-192). Dubai, U.A.E.: TESOL Arabia.
Dobrian, C. (1992). Music and Language. Welcome to the Department of Music ,
Fischler, J. (2005). The rap on stress: Teaching stress patterns to English language learners through rap music. A thesis, Hamline University. Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Howard, V. T. (2010, February 12). Plato and Confucius on the primacy of music « . More Soul. Retrieved February 20, 2011, from
Morley, I. (2002). Evolution of the Physiological and Neurological Capacities for Music. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 12, pp 195-216
 Patel, A. D. (2010). Music, language, and the brain . Oxford : Oxford University Press.
Rengifo, A. Improving Pronunciation through the Use of Karaoke in an Adult English Class. profile, Jan./Apr. 2009, no.11, p.91-106. ISSN 1657-0790.
Tuan, L. T., & Viet An, P. T. (2010.). Teaching English Rhythm by Using Songs | Tuan | Studies in Literature and Language.;



    This looks interesting, too.

  2. Here's info for the NeuroImage article referenced in the above link.

    Double dissociation between rules and memory in music: An event-related potential study
    Original Research Article
    NeuroImage, Volume 38, Issue 2, 1 November 2007, Pages 331-345
    Robbin A. Miranda, Michael T. Ullman