Subject: Re: Solo ea and "tick"ing
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 11:04:33 EST
I take this comment to be somewhat supportive of the theme that the
"tickness" of the 'music' is (more) in the individual than in the
stream of information received. This perspective could be understood
as drawing together a number of recent threads and creating a context
for these (often contradictory) positions, and can be taken as an
opening up rather than a closing down of the discussions.
At 14:07 +0000 2005/02/18, lawrence casserley wrote:
>On 18 Feb, 2005, at 09:33, Richard Wentk wrote:
>>At 15:07 17/02/2005, you wrote:
>>>In my view, it's not what makes the aria "tick", it's about what
>>>makes _you_ "tick".
>>But some composers are better at making listener's "tick" than others, no?
>That is indeed so, but equally some composers are better at making
>_some_ listeners "tick", but not others. As Kevin and Miriam have
>pointed out, it is what resonates inside each person that determines
>whether they "tick" or not. Most composers resonate with some people
>and not others. Even chart-topping pop songs only resonate with some
>people. I know that there are many people who find nothing in my
>music that resonates with them (makes them tick); equally, I know
>that there are some who definitely do - that it's possible at all is
>pretty amazing! I'm quite proud and grateful that anyone at all is
>made to tick. The more the merrier, of course, but I don't feel any
>need to count! I'm sure many others feel the same.
>Lawrence Casserley - email@example.com
>Lawrence Electronic Operations - www.lcasserley.co.uk
>Colourscape Music Festivals - www.colourscape.org.uk
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