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Freedman, N. Barroso, F. Bucci, W. Grand, S. (1978). The Bodily Manifestations of Listening. Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 1(1):157-194.

(1978). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 1(1):157-194

The Bodily Manifestations of Listening

Norbert Freedman, Ph.D., Felix Barroso, Ph.D., Wilma Bucci, Ph.D. and Stanley Grand, Ph.D.

In 1896, music critic Arthur M. Abell, who was the European correspondent for the now defunct Musical Courier, conducted a series of interviews with the major composers of the era: Brahms, Puccini, Humperdinck, Grieg, and Richard Strauss (Nass, 1975). Almost uniformly, they described inspiration as an experience of ideas coming from outside the self, often from a divine spirit.

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