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Music, the brain, the mind, and the heart
Journal Title: ECONOMIA E POLITICA INDUSTRIALE  
Author/s: Victor Ginsburgh, Stephane Ginsburgh 
Year:  2014 Issue: Language: English 
Pages:  21 Pg. 83-103 FullText PDF:  71 KB
DOI:  10.3280/POLI2014-001005
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The paper draws on the aesthetic theory and on the cognitive neuroscience approach of music, as well as on music history to try to convince Frederic Scherer that he should listen to music composed after Mahler.
Keywords: Cognitive neuroscience of music, philosophy of music, history of music, twentieth century music
Jel Code: Z10, Z11

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Victor Ginsburgh, Stephane Ginsburgh, in "ECONOMIA E POLITICA INDUSTRIALE " 1/2014, pp. 83-103, DOI:10.3280/POLI2014-001005

   

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