Music, neurology, and neuroscience. Historical connections and perspectives / edited by Eckart Altenmüller, Stanley Finger, François Boller.

Published
  • Amsterdam : Elsevier 2015
Physical description
xvii, 422 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
ISBN
  • 9780444633996 (hbk.)
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  • Formerly CIP.
  • Current copyright fee: GBP34.30 5\1 Uk
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Illustrated
  • text
Language
  • English

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Music, neurology, and neuroscience : historical connections and perspectives.

Published
  • Amsterdam : Elsevier 2015
Physical description
1 online resource.
ISBN
  • 9780444634108 (PDF ebook)
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Contents
  • Franz Joseph Gall and Music: The Faculty and the Bump Music, Neurology and Psychology in the 19th Century Singing by Speechless (Aphasic) Children: Victorian Medical Observations Some Early Cases of Aphasia and the Capacity to Sing Benjamin Franklin and his Glass Armonica: From Music as Therapeutic to Pathological Historical Perspectives on Music as a Cause of Disease Stroke, Music and Creative Output: Alfred Schnittke and other Composers Hector Berlioz and His Vesuvius: An Analysis of Historical Evidence from an Epileptological Perspective Alexander Scriabin: His Chronic Right Hand Pain and its Impact on his Piano Compositions Frederick Delius: Controversies Regarding his Neurological Disorder and its Impact on his Compositional Output Robert Schumann in the Psychiatric Hospital at Endenich Mozart at Play: The Limitations of Attributing the Etiology of Genius to Tourette Syndrome and Mental Illness Paul Wittgenstein's Right arm and his Phantom: The Saga of a Famous Concert Pianist and his Amputation Georg Friedrich Händel - A Case of Large Vessel Disease with Complications in the 18th Century Joseph Haydn's Encephalopathy: New Aspects Organists and Organ Music Composers Frédéric Chopin and his Neuropsychiatric Problems Somnambulism in Verdi's Macbeth and Bellini's La Sonnambula: Opera, Sleepwalking, and Medicine Opera and Neuroscience
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  • text
Language
  • English

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