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Listening to the link. Music and primal relationships
Journal Title: INTERAZIONI 
Author/s: Ludovica Grassi 
Year:  2015 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  15 Pg. 60-74 FullText PDF:  73 KB
DOI:  10.3280/INT2015-001006
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Sharing the same fabric and dynamics with psychic life, music has a significant role in primal somato-psychic development and unfolding of representational processes: language itself springs out of musical innate competence and lies forever upon musical qualities. The analysis of a boy, whose existence begun in a condition of dislocation and dyschrony as to his parents’ desire, supports the hypotheses that when ruptures of the dawning sensory organization happen before the possibility itself of the existence of a mother-infant tie, they will affect the core of primal processes together with their rhythmical and sound features. It is suggested that in psychoanalytical research and clinic it is not a matter of applying psychoanalysis to music, but music to psychoanalysis.
Keywords: Dyschrony, music, primal processes, rhythm, silence, temporality

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Ludovica Grassi, Listening to the link. Music and primal relationships in "INTERAZIONI" 1/2015, pp. 60-74, DOI:10.3280/INT2015-001006

   

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