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Posted by  Per Corell on August 17, 2003 at 03:26:08:

In Reply to:  Re: music and architecture posted by arki on August 17, 2003 at 01:44:36:

Hi
You are quite right, harmony and knowing that the next tone work within the concept of sounds being a doubling or halve of the Hz.
No one asked you to count the hz. but instantly you know when a tone is out of scale.
When a string on a fiddle break in the middle of a concert you notis instantly as when somone slam a door, ----- this don't fit the neural network offering you the pleasure of music.
The repeatative joy ,knowing the next tone even that surprise you ,it still is within the framework of what you expect. Reson you know this tone is "wrong" is just proving that architecture is a language of it's own ,where a new horison will show with any new Vision.

Now to stay on-topic I must agrea that I seen a lot of modern architecture, as music that ought to be transcriped into relevant instruments, how would the music of Bach be interprented if it was all to be played on triangles, ------- case architecture and music have somthing in common, what would be wrong transcripting Fosters WTC into 3D-H ; if Libskind can't add a promise of new jobs and a bright future, couldn't the problem be the instruments.
Now is it realy that much of a crime, to expect top trend architecture, to harbour enough quality that a better structural concept will add to the quality and point out the true Visions.
Then if transcripting lame attemts bring somthing beautifull, why ban music.

 
 
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