Table of contents for Musical hallucinations : and other tales of music and the brain / by Oliver Sacks.

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Table of Contents 
Part One: Haunted by Music 
1. A Bolt from the Blue: Sudden Musicophilia				1
2. A Strangely Familiar Feeling: Musical Seizures			18
3. Fear of Music: Musicogenic Epilepsy					24
4. Music on the Brain: Imagery and Imagination			34
5. Brain Worms, Sticky Music and Catchy Tunes			48
6. Musical Hallucinations							60
Part Two: A Range of Musicality
7. Sense and Sensibility: A Range of Musicality 			118
8. Things Fall Apart: Amusia and Dysharmonia 			126
9. Papa Blows his Nose in G: Absolute Pitch				157
10. Pitch Imperfect: Cochlear Amusia					173
11. In Living Stereo: Why We Have Two Ears				189
12. Two Thousand Operas: Musical Savants 				197	
13. An Auditory World: Musicality and Blindness			208
14. The Key of Clear Green: Synesthesia and Music			215
Part Three: Memory, Movement, and Music
15. In the Moment: Music and Amnesia					244
16. Speech and Song: Music Therapy and Aphasia			282
17. Accidental Davening: Dyskinesia and Cantillation		293
18. Touch Heaven: Music and Tourette's Syndrome 			295
19. Keeping Time: Rhythm and Movement 				304
20. Kinetic Melody: Music Therapy and Parkinson's Disease 	320
21. Phantom Fingers: The Case of the One-Armed Pianist		337
22. Athletes of the Small Muscles: Musician's Dystonia		341
Part Four: Emotion, Identity, and Music
23. Awake and Asleep: Musical Dreams					359
24. Indifference to Music							368
25. Lamentations: Music and Depression 				383
26. The Case of Harry S.: Music and Emotion				390
27. Irrepressible: Music and the Temporal Lobes			395
28. A Hypermusical Species: Williams Syndrome			410
29. Music and Identity: Music Therapy and Dementia		435
Bibliography									455

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music -- Psychological aspects.
Music -- Physiological aspects.