Oliver Sacks explains his first experience as a physician where he saw music transform Parkinson's patients into state where they could move and converse again.
Oliver Sacks takes a look at how finger movements and Suzuki training can affect the brain, especially at an early age.
Scientist Oliver Sacks takes a look at musicians brains and how brain imaging can reveal distinct differences in certain regions.
Oliver Sacks explains the how multiple regions of the brain interact to form the ways that humans interact with and create music.
Daniel Barenboim explains the importance of the time notes are sustained and also the accompanying duration of silence in musicality.
Bobby McFerrin tells two stories about villagers in Botswana and the ways music is incorporated into their life, which shaped the way he creates music.
Michael Fitzpatrick uses a composition performed on his cello to explain the nature of vibrations and frequency.
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