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Sailing who mention sailing I am there, just no Rod Stewpot please.When I hear the sound I like I get goose bumps on the back of my neck.Queens I want to break free is one of those and classical coral piece recorded in Stockholm, but I now cant find it I suspect it is in my Listening room at the office.And a lady called Amanda Randall when I heard her live did this to, so the question is why??? :-B
I enjoyed the programme, it explored what the title suggested, how music gets inside us and even unlocks broken minds. I tend to agree with Dave, Ben (sorry!), but adding an editorial line such as you suggest takes the programme away from facts on which all can agree and rejoice in - the amazing properties of music.To push a certain theoretical evolutionary line would polarize the audience and be contentious to some. It could equally be suggested (as a potential editorial line) that a human's deep reaction to music bespeaks design by a creator who deeply appreciates artistic beauty ('They were made in his image'). Equally contentious in its own way. Hard evidence for either side is a tall order, and would likely not persuade either side. And that would be a whole other programme anyway.Far better to stick just to music, and how it makes us feel. All IMHO.