Subject: Re: Canadians explain to Americans who work at NASA the veryapproximate meaning of Rubber Time
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Tue Oct 11 2005 - 15:23:41 EDT
it's a wonderful beginning :-) [note: emoticon-means happy-l01ascii]
you're language is so beautiful. thank you for Xplaining more about th complex
issue of Rubber Time / Jam Karet and EA / New Music ...
if Jam Karet is Rubber Time then what is Jam Time ? does it depend on th Metre
? and what perametres / parables / parabolas ?
best regards, sylvi macCormac
http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
out back feeding th rubber chickens
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Eliot Handelman wrote:
> lawrence casserley wrote:
> > On 11 Oct, 2005, at 01:03, Eliot Handelman wrote:
> >> "continuous transformations beween
> >> discrete/symbolic events and physical simulations of real world rhythm."
> > That's more or less the way I have thought about music for the last
> > forty years or so - at least.....can't remeber before that! ;-)>
> How much more intensification needed before the threshold of new is
> crossed and new effective
> musical paradigms are brought forth?
> -- eliot
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