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J Hist Dent. 2013 Spring;61(1):37-45.

Classical music and the teeth.

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University of Perugia Dental School, Italy. stefano.eramo@alice.it

Abstract

Teeth and their pathologies are frequent themes in classical music. The teeth have inspired popular songwriters such as Thomas Crecquillon, Carl Loewe, Amilcare Ponchielli & Christian Sinding; as well as composers whose works are still played all over the world, such as Robert Schumann and Jacques Offenbach. This paper examines several selections in which the inspiring theme is the teeth and the pain they can cause, from the suffering of toothache, to the happier occasion of a baby's first tooth.

PMID:
23691776
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