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Synesthesia: Where some see red, others hear it. That’s synesthesia, the cross wiring of the senses — for Klee painting in the style of Bach, or Sibelius making a musical mosaic, or Fauré fathering musical impressionism, the result is the color of sound, the unseen made visible. If the piano tickles, or the stage light tastes of chocolate, don’t worry! You’re clearly a synesthete.