melomaniac

I’d be ok with this diagnosis.

English melo- (prefix meaning ‘music’) (from Ancient Greek μέλος (mélossong; melody, tune)) +‎ -maniac (from French maniaque, from Late Latin maniacus, from Ancient Greek μανιακός (maniakós), an adjectival form of μανία (maníamadness; mad desire, compulsion), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *men- (to think)).

Source: melomaniac – Wiktionary

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