hedono-, hedon-, -hedonia, -hedonic
(Greek: pleasure, joy, and being happy)
"Abby doesn't want to listen to any of the radio programs that play music of any kind because she is unable to experience any pleasure from such sounds."
"Musical anhedonia is a newly-termed concept that focuses on idea that even though people who can feel pleasures from other things, music is not one of them."
2. Etymology: from Nike, "the Greek goddess of victory" + hedone, "pleasure".