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How the brain allows the deaf to experience music

19 mins | Jul 31, 2022
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Music moves through us to create symphonies of feeling. The deaf community, including celebrated composer Beethoven, has long taken advantage of the power of touch to perceive vibration in a way that researchers previously struggled to understand. Elena Renken explores how our bodies and brains process touch to appreciate music's complexities and emotional range.
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