Bad Singer

Bad Singer

The Surprising Science of Tone Deafness and How We Hear Music

Book - 2016
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Tim Falconer relays his own story about trying to overcome his tone deafness and he also discusses the brain science behind tone deafness and what what we really hear when we listen to music.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Anansi, 2016.
ISBN: 9781770894457
1770894454
Characteristics: 325 pages

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Jul 27, 2016

"Bad singer: The surprising science of tone deafness and how we hear music" by Tim Falconer was great. I had no idea people studied tone deafness. I loved how Tim Falconer with great enthusiasm attempts to learn how to sing. All the music teachers he sees say it can be done. Apparently they haven't really met someone like him. A tone deaf person. Good science writing.

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