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"A milestone in comparative music research and a . . . substantial contribution to comparative ethology."
"It leaps ahead with vision and insight and enriches our understanding of music as human behavior and a part of human culture."
—Journal of American Folklore
"A major contribution to the field of nonverbal behavior."
—Archives of General Psychiatry
"This volume will stand as a monument to our time."