Message - Re: music and architecture

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Posted by  arki on August 29, 2003 at 19:00:38:

In Reply to:  Re: music and architecture posted by Per Corell on August 17, 2003 at 03:26:08:

Yah, modern architecture today perhaps contain its own lapses if we solely decribe it in relation to music, I do agree with that but this lapses make a way for us to think the difference of the architcture of the present and the architecture of what was yesterday, Its just like getting into trend... new age trend... since impossible construction or structures before were possible today, likewise describing classical musicians and composers during the time of beethhoven, bach ,mozart, and others have a great difference than compositions and music of todays generation...connecting this difference in relation to architecture this creates a sole identity... of what was before and what it is today..

Harmonic characteristics doesnt only limit on figures if it were to be square, rectangle or triangle cause harmony can also be attain regarding on scale, properties, color and the manipulation on its arrangement. Like music it has its own harmonic characteristics and its upon listeners discretion if it were to be good or bad music...

Just to make this one complete... Architecture is an unrevealed note that we tried to identify on the basis of what was before, differentiate and compare it on today but what will be on the future depends on how we hear that note as to how we feel it to be. Perhaps Foster hears that note different on what we hear, Bach compose it differently than Deftones or Eric Clapton but im in it, theres nothing we can object on it but what we can only bear is to either appreciate or criticize it according on the note we heared.

- ARCHITECTURE is th body MUSIC is the soul... ;)

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