Subject: Re: Playing your own music... Just a though
From: Aki Pasoulas (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 07 2005 - 09:35:28 EDT
--- jef chippewa <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I reveal the composer only at the very end,
> >since I don't think it matters much in that
> >particular kind of discussion, except for
> >historical reasons - you connect a name with a
> >certain approach.
> in other words, the ensuing discussion might
> entirely neglect to consider particularities of
> the composer's relation to the field, of his
> personal aesthetic and formal ideas in relation
> to the piece?
I should have explained more about the course I guess. It has a
technical side more than anything else, you canít teach them
everything in one module. There are others that complement mine.
Outside the course, I always care about what my students know
and I tend to bombard them with emails with information about
the composers presented during the class; this is not to be
confused with the real focus of the module (use of space in
sound design/sonic arts). I totally agree that the name of the
composer should be mentioned first in other circumstances.
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