We all know that music is special to us, but have you ever stopped to ask yourself why? This book, written by a neuroscientist with deep practical knowledge of music, delivers fascinating insights into the how and the why.
This book is recommended by an incredible array of music industry critics, music publications, recording and sound engineers, and musicians, including Sting and David Byrne, among others, with good reason.
I think most of us recognize how deeply we associate songs from our past with memories, and this book delves into the deep connection between music and memory. It explains how music connects disparate areas of the brain in ways that no other form of communication does and delves into the special relevance it may have for those on the autistic spectrum.