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Re: Living on a rock

BobbyZZZ@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 3/16/97 11:52:28 PM, you wrote:
> >
> >Actually, that makes me wonder. I don't know much about Chinese music
> >traditions. Does anyone know if there are any looping parallels there, 
> >the way there are with other musics about the world?
> >
> >kim
> hmmmmm, that's a good one kim. from all the enthnomusicology i absorbed
> during my time in school, i would say yes, in the sense that many types 
> asian and "oriental" musics do have a lot of repetition...and can also be
> very mono-chromatic and harmonically static in some ways...Bob Phelps, 
> you up for answering this one??? :-)_
> bobby devito/lvx novaI'm new to this newsgroup but am a looping composer 
>and software 
writer...I've tried to find tradional (classical-Chinese such as ancient 
chinese opera, etc.) Chinese midi files on the Internet.  Does anyone 
know a web site where this is possible?