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Why Do People Sing? Music in Human Evolution
This book from award winning ethnomusicologist and evolutionary musicologist from the University of Melbourne, Joseph Jordania, is dedicated to the research of the evolutionary origins of human music. The book proposes that forces of natural selection were behind such well known features of human morphology and behavior, as bipedalism, prehistoric cannibalism, long legs, l ...more
Kindle Edition, 211 pages
Published January 2nd 2015 by Logos
(first published March 25th 2011)
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