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on 11/29/01 9:55 PM, Wade T.Smith at email@example.com wrote:
> Hi Bill-
> That book I mentioned -
> "Music, the Brain, and Ecstasy: How Music Captures Our Imagination" by
> Robert Jourdain.
> It's more aesthetic in nature than psychological, but it taps a few lodes
> there as well.
> - Wade
Yes, that's a good review of the standard psychology and neuropsych of
music, but, of course, it doesn't go into how music operates on the large
scale -- large groups of people over long periods of time.
I've assembled a list at Amazon.com where I link a dozen and a half books
about music. This is one of them. If you find it at Amazon, my list will
probably come up with it.
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