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Re: Great speech video on "Sound"

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: cpr@musetrap.com
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com, Kevin Cheli-Colando 
> Subject: Re: Great speech video on "Sound"
> Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2010 11:48:20 -0500
> I concur with Kev here.. it's one of the things I have been 
> thinking  about while reading this thread.. but, I think I resolved 
> part of the  problem by moving the word 'meaning' from an 
> intellectual context to  an emotional one.. and therefore, the 
> meaning of my work is emotional  response.. 

That certainly works for me.

otoh, maybe the meaning 
> (ie. my meaning) of my work is  'satisfying an internal need of 
> expression'.. where-as anyone else  listening brings their own 
> meaning to it.. and, thus we revolve back  to the 'subjective'.. :)

I don't think we revolve back to the subjective, I think it's there the 
entire time. An artist or even a member of the audience can step back to 
being objective, but I think the subjective experience is still always 

> -cpr

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