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Thinking Musically Paperback – July 11, 2016
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Anu Pattabiraman. Main Instruments: Voice, Cello
Anu has been singing, playing cello, and dabbling with numerous other instruments since the age of 4. She has been trained in classical Indian music, sung opera, and performed in orchestras. Anu has made numerous appearances with choirs across the world, performing at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, and at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center alongside the National Symphony Orchestra.
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Uri’s first book, Thinking Statistically, made key statistical concepts fun and accessible for a statsphobic audience - it has been rated as one of the 99 best business books ever written by NYT bestselling author Josh Kaufman, and been featured on reading lists at top universities across the world. Uri loves making intimidating topics easy to understand for curious, intelligent people.
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As a piano teacher and performer, I have asked my self the questions: what is the difference between noise and music? how is it that some collections of sound express our deepest emotions better and more viscerally than words? how much of our experience of sound is culturally shaped? This book offers neither straightforward nor overly philosophical answers to these questions, but gives a thorough overview of physical and objective phenomena that underlie our subjective experience of sound. This book must be part of any personal understanding of music.