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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 16 related to Music, the Brain, and Ecstasy: How Music Captures Our Imagination.   

Peter Norton's PC problem solver: the guide for the everyday user

Peter Norton, Robert Jourdain - Computers - 1990 - 610 pages
This book, covering every aspect of using and maintaining a computer, is for the 90% of PC users who have scant grasp of the computer and operating system they use, and don't ...
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The hard disk companion

Robert Jourdain, Peter Norton - Computers - 1991 - 448 pages
Features chapters on disk drive selection, purchase, and installation as well as providing a ready-made library of batch routines to facilitate file access and directory ...
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Programmer's problem solver for the IBM PC, XT, & AT

Robert Jourdain - Computers - 1986 - 473 pages
Jourdain has written Brady's most comprehensive and insightful complete reference guide to the facts, numbers and procedures needed to achieve program control over PC hardware.
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Programmer's Problem Solver

Robert Jourdain - Games - 1992 - 596 pages
A troubleshooting handbook that lets the programmer take control of the PC includes programming examples, a task-oriented reference to the DOS operating system, and direct ...
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Who Knew?: Answers to Questions about Classical Music You Never Thought to Ask

Robert A. Cutietta - Music - 2016 - 336 pages
Did you ever leave an opera performance wondering why the singers use so much vibrato? Or a symphony, wondering who decided where on stage the orchestra members should sit, or ...
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The Choral Experience: Literature, Materials, and Methods

Ray Robinson, Allen Winold - Music - 1992 - 510 pages
This book presents the fundamentals of the choral experience, vocal production, choral diction, ensemble singing, basic musicianship that will be useful to the choral conductor ...
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Sound and Music: For the Pleasure of the Brain

Jack Orbach - Music - 1999 - 409 pages
The author (psychology, Queens College, City University of New York), approaching music as both a science and an art, provides an in-depth study of its many facets and effects ...
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