Why we're so good at recognizing music - Culture - International Herald Tribune

"You hear only one note, and you already know who it is," he said. "So what I want to know is: how we do this? Why are we so good at recognizing music?"

Short on science but long on interest, this article explores the work of Daniel Levitin, a cognitive psychologist at McGill University.

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