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Repetition defines music


Again in doesn't work.
The non specificity of the definition (provided Cage did'nt come to ruin it), even wouldn't make it significative.
I could say "the one thing all trip has in common, is duration".

I'm repeating myself: Music is a statement. The difference with noise is the choice to put significance in it, even aesthetic.
My grand parents would not consider Judas Priest's Screaming for vengeance as being music.
I hear music out of the rythm noise of air disturbance when  a car passes beside security rails on a highway…


Le 28 mars 2014 à 02:44, Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com a écrit :

De : Todd Elliott <toddbert@gmail.com>
Objet : Rép : "Repetition defines music"
Date : 27 mars 2014 19:28:25 HNEC

0'00" by John Cage. 

Sort of. 

On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 10:59 AM, <mike@michaelplishka.com> wrote:
Brilliant!  Any music pieces that are a singularity?
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Subject: Re: "Repetition defines music"

the one thing that all music has in common is duration. all musical pieces last for a length of time, even if it ridiculously long:


Organ²/ASLSP (As SLow aS Possible) is a musical piece by John Cage and the subject of one of the longest-lasting musical performances yet undertaken. ...
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