Music and emotion  

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Many scientific disciplines deal with the topic of music and emotions, including philosophy, musicology and psychology. The perspective presented here is mainly a psychological one, yet some theoretical and philosophical considerations will be made to clarify prevailing concepts about music and emotions and how they can be connected.




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