The relationship between the neurobiology of speech and music has been investigated for more than a century. There remains no widespread agreement regarding how (or to what extent) music perception utilizes the neural circuitry that is engaged in speech processing, particularly at the cortical level.
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Lacroix, A. N., Diaz, A. F., & Rogalsky, C. (2015). The relationship between the neural computations for speech and music perception is context-dependent: an activation likelihood estimate study. Frontiers in Psychology, 6. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01138