Trauma acustico: il musicista 0 Comments

Trauma acustico: il musicista

“Most musicians don’t have a clue about this. They start playing music in fourth or fifth grade and nobody mentions the damage they might be causing themselves. A musician who can’t hear is like a painter who can’t see or a sculptor who can’t feel. Not being able to hear the nuances in the music he/she plays – the upper harmonics, the colors. I just don’t have the same confidence I used to. I don’t have the same control. That’s the most frustrating part to me.”
—  Kris Chesky, Trumpet, and Research Assistant Professor, University of North Texas Center for Music and Medicine

About Eibenstein

Prof. Alberto Eibenstein Specialista in Otorinolaringoiatria Specialista in Audiolgia Universita' dell'Aquila Dipartimento di Scienze Cliniche Applicate e Biotecnologie - DISCAB


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