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Mozart ear

Mozart ear

A deformity of the pinna where the two crura of the antihelix and the crus of the helix are fixed, giving a bulging appearance of the superior part of the pinna.

Origin: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1756-1791, composer, said to have had this deformity

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... the success of music has to do with its use of simple tones. human hearing (and likely most animals) is set up based on tone, which is a term ... or negatively. cause, if say frogs or mice have a fasination with Mozart then humans connection with music probably evolved previous to humans ...

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