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ISSN: 2631-8342

Volume 4, Autumn 2021

Editors’ Note

Liila Taruffi (p. 1)

Effects of Listening to Happy and Sad Classical Music on Verbal Reasoning Task Performance

Alex Acomb (p. 2-9)

Narration in Music: An Exploratory Study of the Difference in Emotional Responses to Absolute (Non-Narrative) and Programmatic (Narrative) Music

Henry Bashford (p. 10-16)

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Acomb, A. (2021). Effects of listening to happy and sad classical music on verbal reasoning task performance. Durham Undergraduate Research in Music & Science, 4, 2-9.