Re[2]: Composing/dreaming


Subject: Re[2]: Composing/dreaming
From: SETA,MICHAL,MR (BVOO@MUSICB.MCGILL.CA)
Date: Mon Jan 11 1999 - 02:29:09 EST


I hear amazing music in my dreams
But I forget it as soon as I wake up.

Such is the nature of music.

M.S.

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>Some of the best dreams I've had had no music at all. That's fine by
>me...
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>Some of the best composers I know know don't write music at all.
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>---SANDRA KIM CHECHIK <sk_chech@alcor.concordia.ca> wrote:
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>> so have i. actually, i have dreamt of music that i have never
>> heard before.
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>> On Mon, 4 Jan 1999 lseltzer@phoenix.Princeton.EDU wrote:
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>> > John mentioned composing in one's sleep. I have definitely had
>> > dreams of electronic sounds.
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>> > Linda Seltzer
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| Michal Seta
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  It's only when I know what I'm doing that it's boring |
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