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Background: Effective musical communication requires convey-ance of the intended message in a manner perceptible to the receiver. Communication disorders that impair transmitting or decoding of struc-tural features of music (e.g., pitch, timbre) and/or symbolic represen-tation may result in atypical musical communication, which can have a negative impact on music therapy interventions. Objective: This study compared recognition of symbolic representation of emotions or movements in music by two groups of children with dif-ferent communicative characteristics: severe to profound hearing los

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