Biomusicology is a relatively new branch of biology. Biomusicology is the scientific study of music in relation to physiology and evolution. Biomusicology studies human music and animal sounds that apparently play a role similar to music.
This site covers the basics of how music is produced and perceived, and how and why it might have began.
- Philosophy and Science of Music in Ancient Greece: the Predecessors of Pythagoras and their Contribution. Graham Pont
- The Biological Origin of Music: a Greek Hypothesis Reexamined.Graham Pont
- The Function of Sound in the Insect World. Daniel Briceño
- Comparison of Bird Calls and Human Music: an Evolutionary Approach. Julián Monge-Nájera
- Music from the Perspective of Physics. José; Araya Pochet
- Proposition of a Constant "Flutistic Awareness" Tying Prehistoric and Contemporary Mental States. Daniel Fawcett
- Musical Armonies in Pythagorism. Luis Fallas
- Charles Darwin and his Relation with Music. Guillermo Coronado.