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Contents Acknowledgements 1 Introduction I PERCEPTION 2 Music Video Clip Without TV Looking Around in Sound Images Two-way Traffic Synesthesia, Drugs and Rock & roll Romantic Landscapes Synesthetic Composers Bach in Colored Bars Vivaldi¿s Coils 3 Children Draw Music Baby¿s Sensory Soup The Senses Separate Children Discover Synesthesia Painting on Music Developing Synesthesia 4 Visual Music Color Organs Scriabin¿s Vision Musical Paintings The Digital Salon II THOUGHT 5 Calculating in Colors Red and Red is Black Arabesques and Pattern Recognition Numbers in Space Visual Thinking Extraordinary Thinkers 6 Poetic Synesthesia Synesthesia in a Character Arms on my Brains How Many Senses? Synesthetic Indians Channeling Sensory Impressions 7 Exploring Drug-induced Synesthesia Opium Eaters Murmuring Twilight The Hashish Club Pharmacological Experiments Is Synesthesia a Hallucination? III INSIGHT 8 A Colored Brain? Normal or Abnormal? Who is Synesthete? How Many Synesthetes? A Slippery Subject 9 Dark Double Bass and Purple Piano Color, a Multi-faceted Experience Colors in Odors, Flavors and Music Varieties in Form and Dynamics Matching Sensory Qualities Common and Particular Synesthesia 10 The Hidden Sense A Particular Common Sense A New View Enjoying, Knowing, and Creating Awareness of Synesthesia What is Learnt in the Cradle Lasts till the Tomb My Synesthesia Bibliography Index of Names Index of Subjects
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