ABSTRACT. Montague Lavy notes that people regularly use music deliberately as a mood induction tool and that listening to music in everyday circumstances can lead to moderated mood and altered cognition. Kramer holds that classical music has historically maintained a prolific dialogue with language and identifies some of the distinctive life-enhancing qualities of classical music by using language freely to show them in action. Nancy emphasizes that manifestation brings presence to light, evocation summons presence to itself: it anticipates its arrival and remembers its departure.


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