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Born to love music

Music can affect us at all stages in our lives – but it’s in the womb that we’re at our most receptive and musically non-judgmental, argues Tom Service

Here’s a crazily miraculous fact: our musicality is imprinted upon our tiny listening bodies even before we are born,

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