Anecdotes of inner music abound in the mythos of Western classical music. As a child, Pyotr Tchaikovsky weepingly begged to be “saved” from music heard in his head. Clara Schumann’s diaries record her husband’s overwhelming end-of-life musical hallucinations that finally resolved into an unceasing and “terrible” A note…

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