Hearing music in one’s imagination activated the auditory cortex almost as powerfully as in subjects who actually heard the music performed. This may be one reason Beethoven could still compose music even after becoming deaf. (Lynch, Zack, PhD., with Byron Laursen. The Neuro Revolution, p. 124-126. NY: St. Martin’s Press, 2009.)

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