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An aparitie: 2019
Autor: Indre Viskontas
Autor: Rosie Martin
Editura: Chronicle Books
Editura: ANOVA Pavilion
Format: 186 x 139 x 9 mm
Format: 275 x 216 x 12 mm
Nr. pagini: 112
brilliant little book is clear, lucid, and easy to read. It is packed with
fascinating information that I didn't know, and I suspect most people don't
know either. I shall give it to lots of friends."
Jonathan Lynn, comedy legend,
director of My Cousin Vinny, co-writer of Yes, Minister and
Yes, Prime Minister
certain songs carry us through a tough workout, comfort us after a breakup, or
unite 50,000 diverse fans? In this fascinating field guide, neuroscientist and
opera singer Indre Viskontas investigates what music is and how it can change
us for the better-from deep in our neurons to across our entire society.
Whether hip-hop fans, classically trained pianists, or vinyl collectors,
readers will think about their favorite songs in a whole new way by the end of
this book. This is a vibrant and smart gift for any audiophile.
for How Music Can Make You Better:
is perhaps the strangest and most powerful of all human creations. It communicates
directly what cannot be expressed in words- our complex emotions, and the
richness of our experience. Finally, Indre Viskontas, combining her deep
knowledge of neuroscience and music, has lifted the veil on the mysterious
effects of music to move us, showing us not only how the human brain creates
the magical patterns of music but also why music has the power to affect us
like no other form of communication. An extremely important and inspiring
Robert Greene, best-selling
author of The 48 Laws of Power
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