Re: Aural Training


Subject: Re: Aural Training
njcross@sbcglobal.net
Date: Sun Aug 21 2005 - 12:33:21 EDT


For anyone interested in some reasonable answers to these questions:
'Derek Bailey And The Story Of Free Improvisation' by Ben Watson.

- a mantelpiece - Evan Parker.

On Saturday 20 August 2005 09:30 pm, jef chippewa wrote:
> could you please explain how free improv is inherently a "real"
> situation, and how its "reality" differs from electroacoustics?
> going to the opera? going to a stockhausen opera? playing ketchuk
> (sp?) in a kebyar band? playing drums in a thrash/death metal band?
>
> free improv is a worse catch-all term than even the ubiquitous classical
> music.
>
> to be free (sic) one must be aware of that from which freedom is
> sought... thus binding oneself even tighter to it, since without it,
> the very concept of freedom in question would not exist... and is,
> therefore, a:
>
> http://www.factorfantasy.com/thedavegallery/photos/herring.jpg



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