Off Key (music theory content)
Thu Jul 31 06:32:33 EDT 1997
I'm flattered, but it would be plagiarism if I claimed credit for the
writings of another. Sorry, but 'tis not I saith the IronDude.
(I don't mind all the attention, though :-)
On Wed, 30 Jul 1997 10:52:42 -0500 Bill Salmon
>The original post was mine.. sometimes when people reply they snip or
>otherwise remove the address of the original poster, a bad practice as
>it causes confusion and hard feelings.. to repeat, I ORIGINALLY POSTED
>THIS MESSAGE.. although the reply may have been Mike Curtis, it does =
>sound like him
>From: Ruth Vadi[SMTP:ruth_vadi@HOTMAIL.COM]
>Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 1997 8:50 AM
>To: Multiple recipients of list BLUES-L
>Subject: Re: Off Key (music theory content)
>>> ---Ruth Vadi <ruth_vadi@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
>>> > >)..)but isn't much of the "modern art" of such greats as Picaso
>>> > >describable as just this type of disharmony?
>>> Absolutely not. It depends on which Picasso one is discussing; in
>>> of his works he pays homage to and reinterprets the classic forms
>>> the Greeks (e.g., circus figures).
>>> In poetry, how about the =3D
>>> > >whole stream of conscience school and it's intentional
>>> Stream of consciousness is not dissacociation. It is supposed to
>>> follow the subjective thoughts of one character and if anything if
>>> very very associative; links are made among apparently disparate
>>> which are entirely subjective to the character, to his or her
>>> emotions, thoughts, rememberances, etc. It is a way of unifying the
>>> chaos of reality.
>>> > >or a rose is a rose.. is a rose..
>>> This is Gertrude Stein's way of liberating words from context,
>>> by repetition their multiple, if overlapping, meanings.
>Uh.... I didn't say any of that.
>I don't even know half those words.
>And I was an English major for two years.
>Sounds Mike Curtisy to me.
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