Re: A Musicology of Ea/Cm

Subject: Re: A Musicology of Ea/Cm
From: Alexandra Hettergott (
Date: Fri Oct 15 1999 - 01:35:44 EDT

Carlos Palombini <pal@NPD.UFPE.BR> wrote (in response to Leigh Landy) :

>> Indeed, the music question is one worth investigating again and again, but I
>> have the golden words "Organised Sound" to lean on as that's it for me. I'm
>> against separating sonic art from music as I think it solves fewer problems
>> than it creates. I am one for emancipation, not greater division ...
>But since chaos is arguably so complex an order that it cannot be discerned,the
>frontier between Sound and Music is vague indeed, or perhaps even

Well, blurring boundaries, as always, yet it is easy to see that all music is
organized sound, without necessarily allowing of the reverse conclusion : not any
organized sound is to be music...

Alexandra Hettergott.

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