Subject: RE: Meditation /Music/ attention
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 22 2005 - 00:26:31 EST
I agree with much of what you say, and I seldom place ea (as I define
the term) in the same place as live performance. Ea has sets of
characteristics which are related to the displacement of time and
Most of the people I know have very little experience of live
performance when compared to their ea experience. My own ratio of
live to ea is probably somewhat less than 1:100.
At 22:23 -0500 2005/11/20, Eldad Tsabary wrote:
>How much thought is involved in listening to a live performance?
>3) I am sure a lot of what I am saying is not new; and the
>discussion about lack of a "live" component in many EA concerts has
>been brought up countless times.
Few people I know are concerned about the lack of a "live" component
in film or video. In many rock and pop concerts there is a distinct
lack of "live" component.
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