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Unpicks the pathways of the brain to reveal how human beings have been hard-wired for music. Blending art and science, the author unveils his theory of 'Six Songs', and describes how music played a pivotal role in the creation of human culture and society. He shows how music has been instrumental in the evolution of language, thought, and culture.
Daniel Levitin is the James McGill Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at McGill University. Before entering academia he worked as a session musician, sound engineer and record producer. He lives in Montreal, Canada.