By An; Eaglefield Hull
Excerpt from a good Russian Tone-Poet, Scriabin
Have you ever thought of what a very outstanding and deeply mystical factor a musical sound is that if you spatter a few mild sand on a pianoforte lid or, higher nonetheless, on a particularly prepared vibration plate, and strike a whole chord, the sand will start to dance approximately and eventually quiet down right into a appealing geometrical trend strike one other chord and the gyrating sand will ultimately dispose itself right into a set of 4 roses or whatever both fascinating. Now thump the piano lid along with your fist and the sand will heap itself up in any case. That represents the adaptation among musical sound and noise.
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In their endeavors religion, art, and politics mingle in a distinctively American fashion which both derives from and acts upon the poles implicit in American culture. At the boundaries, then, there stand art music and folk music; and between them, a rich and complex field of mediation, education, and 34 william brooks reform. It is to a survey of this terrain, and the journeys across it, that the remainder of this chapter is dedicated. Form and reform Music in America, of course, long predates the colonies.
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