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Why We Love Music

by Carl Emil Seashore

In "Why We Love Music," Carl Emil Seashore delves into the fascinating world of music and explores the profound impact it has on the human psyche. Drawing on his expertise as a renowned psychologist and musicologist, Seashore takes us on a captivating journey through the science and psychology of music. This enlightening book uncovers the secrets behind why certain melodies make our hearts soar, why rhythms can compel us to dance, and why harmonies can evoke powerful emotions within us. Seashore unravels the mysteries of how music influences our mood, memory, and even our physical responses. Through compelling examples and engaging anecdotes, Seashore reveals the profound ways in which music has shaped human history and culture. Whether you are a music enthusiast or simply curious about the magic of melodies, "Why We Love Music" will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the art form that has captivated humanity for centuries. Prepare to be enchanted as you embark on a journey into the heart of music's mesmerizing allure.

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English

Original Language

English

Published In

1941

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Carl Emil Seashore

United States

Carl Emil Seashore (January 28, 1866 – October 16, 1949) was a Swedish-American psychologist and educator who is best known for his work on music psychology. He was a pioneer in the development of sta...

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