The Psychology of Music

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Stanford University Press, 1978 - Music - 240 pages
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This book covers various topics concerning the psychology of music. The approach taken differs from some previous treatment in being primarily a psychologist's view of music, rather than a musician's view of psychology; though it is the hope that such a treatment is not unsympathetic to the musician's view. Indeed, the aim is to give a realistic musical account, in which the real-life musician features from time to time.

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