Re: art not music


Subject: Re: art not music
andre_mc@alcor.concordia.ca
Date: Sun Feb 27 2005 - 17:22:05 EST


It may matter to the audience, it may have an effect on how they perceive the
work. It may not but sometimes.

andrew

Quoting "miriam clinton (iriXx)" <iriXx@iriXx.org>:

> Eliot Handelman wrote:
>
> > In my view calling EA "art" doesn't help or change anything. The
> > missing component is the tactical force
> > -- the feeling of what will happen if I listen to this music. Will it
> > cheer me up, expose my chaos, or
> > illuminate something in the universe of man in the way that Bruckner
> > or Nielsen seem to?
>
> to me, EA is just that - EA.
>
> it matters not whether it is 'art' or 'music' - what matters is that it
> is the language in which i express what is inside of me. it is my native
> language. this is not to be confused with the mother #1 issue - what i
> am saying is that EA is the best way for me to express the sounds in my
> head... to me that has nothing to do with the definition of whether it
> is art or music - it is beyond needless definitions.
>
> mC~
>
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>
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>
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Andrew McCallum
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