If All Else Fails Say it With Music

When we can’t say what we need to say we always have music.  Always have had.  This is how it works…

15 Comments

  1. This was so incredibly interesting. I never thought of classical music as a dialogue between the instinct and the intellect. I also greatly appreciated that they started with the old greek intonation.

    I wonder how other music developments (native cultures) would match up.

    It’s like the development or rather evolvment of a language

    Thank you so much for sharing this! 🙂 K.

    • You’re welcome – I found it incredibly interesting as well. I have watched some documentaries about music in different cultures and there are some similarities (can’t remember even one right now!). And I guess it is a language.

  2. This was so incredibly interesting. I never thought of classical music as a dialogue between the instinct and the intellect. I also greatly appreciated that they started with the old greek intonation.

    I wonder how other music developments (native cultures) would match up.

    It’s like the development or rather evolvment of a language

    Thank you so much for sharing this! 🙂 K.

    • You’re welcome – I found it incredibly interesting as well. I have watched some documentaries about music in different cultures and there are some similarities (can’t remember even one right now!). And I guess it is a language.

  3. Yes, I watched this one too…a reminder that much which ‘resonates’ through life is easier transmitted through notes than words. 🙂

  4. Yes, I watched this one too…a reminder that much which ‘resonates’ through life is easier transmitted through notes than words. 🙂

  5. The power of music… rarely fails. 🙂

  6. And Michael Tilson Thomas should defintely know! I LOVE hearing him on NPR!

  7. And Michael Tilson Thomas should defintely know! I LOVE hearing him on NPR!

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