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Aristotle, Politics, Book 8, section 1340a (search)
le to everybody (for the pleasure contained in music is of a natural kind, owing to which the use of it is dear to those of all ages and characters), but to see if its influence reaches also in a manner to the character and to the soul. And this would clearly be the case if we are affected in our characters in a certain manner by it. But it is clear that we are affected in a certain manner, both by many other kinds of music and not least by the melodies of OlympusA Phrygian composer of the seventh century B.C.; for these admittedly make our souls enthusiastic, and enthusiasm is an affection of the character of the soul. And moreover everybody when listening to imitationsMusic dramatically expressing various states of emotion. is thrown into a corresponding state of feeling, even apart from the rhythms and tunes themselves.A probable correction of the Greek gives ‘by the rhythms and tunes themselves, even apart f<