When we can’t say what we need to say we always have music. Always have had. This is how it works…
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.
Yes, I watched this one too…a reminder that much which ‘resonates’ through life is easier transmitted through notes than words. 🙂
Ain’t that the truth!
The power of music… rarely fails. 🙂
And at least it sounds nice while trying!
And Michael Tilson Thomas should defintely know! I LOVE hearing him on NPR!
I never heard of him before but I really liked this talk.
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