The interplay between music and emotion is undeniable. But if most of us ordinary people are so powerfully affected by music, we can only imagine what that experience must be like for professional musicians. That’s exactly what behavioral neuroscientist Daniel Levitin, author of the excellent This Is Your Brain on Music, explores in It’s All In The Timing — a fascinating series of psychology experiments that measure how musicians experience and communicate emotion.
-both a musician himself and one of the greatest living neuroscientists —. It’s the kind of read that will leave you at once astounded by how much you’ve learned about its subject and keenly aware of how little you know about it.
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