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Noise and the human experience. Exploring sound through history and cultures. How noise can induce stress and disease in some, yet be considered beautiful music by others.
- Garret Keizer A freelance writer, contributing editor to “Harper’s" magazine and recent Guggenheim fellow. He is the author of six books, including “Help” and “The Enigma of Anger.”
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