ABSTRACT. Montague Lavy maintains that emotional response to music can be intense and momentary; symbols are emotional by virtue of their place and function within a musical structure. Ockelford claims that the power of association can overwhelm a listener’s reaction to intramusical attributes that would otherwise occur. Palmer states that interpretation highlights particular emotional content of the music. Scruton states that sounds are not differentiated by their source.


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