Choral singing and psychological wellbeing: Quantitative and qualitative findings from English choirs in a cross-national survey

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  title={Choral singing and psychological wellbeing: Quantitative and qualitative findings from English choirs in a cross-national survey},
  author={Stephen M. Clift and Grenville Hancox and Ian Vincent Morrison and B{\"a}rbel Hess and Gunter Kreutz and Donald E Stewart},
  year={2010}
}
Over 600 choral singers drawn from English choirs completed the WHOQOLBREF questionnaire to measure physical, psychological, social and environmental wellbeing, and a twelve-item ‘wellbeing and choral singing scale’. They also provided accounts of the effects of choral singing on quality of life, 

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