Mei-Foong Ang

Mei-Foong Ang
Universiti Putra Malaysia | UPM · Department of Music

PhD

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Introduction
Dr. Ang Mei Foong is an active researcher in the field of voice rehabilitation, her research investigated the effects of singing on people with Parkinson’s Disease and she is currently developing a music-based framework for Long Covid-19 symptom rehabilitation as well as evaluating the effects of this framework on Long Covid-19 patients. Her research interests include effects of music on community wellbeing, vocal hygiene and vocal rehabilitation.
Additional affiliations
December 2012 - present
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Position
  • Lecturer
May 2008 - December 2012
Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA), Kuala Lumpur
Position
  • Lecturer
March 2005 - January 2008
United Chinese Schools Committee Association of Malaysia (UCSCAM)
Position
  • Music Subject Executive
Description
  • Music Curriculum Development; Music Teachers' Training; Music Textbook Writing and Publishing; Music Educational Research and Development
Education
February 2006 - August 2007
University of Melbourne
Field of study
  • Music (Vocal Performance)
August 2003 - June 2004
Conservatorio Santa Cecilia
Field of study
  • Vocal Performance
September 1999 - June 2003
National Taiwan Normal University
Field of study
  • Music (Vocal Performance), Music Education

Publications

Publications (10)
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While the music industry significantly values music content production, it has also triggered disputes regarding copyrights and the attribution of interests within the same context. The value flow for the pre-digitalization and digitalization periods were compared before collecting typical work data from studio stakeholders involved in the content...
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Pitch Control Ability (PCA) of singers stands for the capability of a singer to control the pitch within an acceptable deviation from the required levels. It is useful in assessing the overall capabilities of singers, especially for demo singers. Demo singers need high to facilitate high quality and efficient studio work. To study whether the PCA o...
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Teachers are one of the highest demanding professional voice users. They are believed to have an increased risk of developing voice disorder, and the cause is often associated with several factors such as high vocal demands, unfavourable working conditions, lifestyle, and lack of knowledge in vocal health. Vocal disorder not only affects teachers i...
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Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a chronic neurodegenerative disease in which the symptoms of the disease are worsen over time. Core symptoms of the disease are such as tremor-at-rest, rigidity, postural instability, and bradykinesia. Apart from these motor-problems, other problems such as sleep disorder, sensory abnormalities, neuropsychiatric disorder...
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UCSCAM (United Chinese Schools' Committee Association of Malaysia) is a non government organization; it is also regarded as the headquarters of all Chinese Private High Schools in Malaysia. The curriculum bureau of UCSCAM takes care of the schools' curriculum development. The organization had published three complete music textbooks for junior musi...

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What other instrument(s) can we use to measure "multicultural attitude" other than MASQUE, TMAS, and "Multicultural Attitude Scale"? 

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    • Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation

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