Re: Emotional Association with Structure/Patterns/Sounds


Subject: Re: Emotional Association with Structure/Patterns/Sounds
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Thu Sep 29 2005 - 10:54:25 EDT


I would feel much happier, well maybe a little bit (*) happier if you
would exclude me from your statements. Perhaps you could have written:

At 13:04 +0100 2005/09/29, Owen Green wrote:
>Making and perceiving music is always (except for Kevin for whom
>'always' is a long long long long long long long long time), in
>some respect, a social event; we (excepting Kevin who is not a very
>social person, and clearly lacks intention) make it with the inetion
>that other people should listen to it (except for Kevin who
>evidently is not sure that other people exist beyond his own vivid
>imaginings), we (except Kevin) make it with other people etc.

Best

Kevin

(*) I felt the need to include aspects of the computer chicken music
discussion. Although I am vegetarian, I have always been prepared to
take a bite, first or last, from a computer chicken.

At 13:04 +0100 2005/09/29, Owen Green wrote:
>Making and perceiving music is always, in some respect, a social
>event; we make it with the inetion that other people should listen
>to it, we make it with other people etc.



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