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Benjamin Steege is Assistant Professor of Music at Columbia University. He specializes in the history of music theory in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with particular emphasis on musical and scientific modernisms, the history of psychology and the history of listening. His work has appeared in publications including Current Musicology, the Journal of the American Musicological Society and the Journal of Music Theory.
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Music -- Psychological aspects.
Music -- Physiological aspects.
Music -- Acoustics and physics.
Helmholtz, Hermann von, -- 1821-1894.