Re: MD SQ-SQ tension in Mozart's Symphony No38

From: Platt Holden (
Date: Wed Feb 18 2004 - 13:23:55 GMT

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    > In a message dated 2/17/2004 6:55:30 AM Pacific Standard Time,
    > writes:
    > Perhaps the difference between taste and informed judgment is best
    > illustrated by comparing the pictures I have hanging on the walls in my
    > home compared to what adorns the walls of the Tate Museum in London or the
    > Metropolitan Museum in New York. I don't think people would pay to see my
    > collection. :-) Platt,
    > In this statement you are saying that your pictures aren't worth as
    > much
    > as anything in the Tate museum. My question is that, since society sends
    > the message, a distorted message I believe, that your art is not worth "as
    > much" doesn't that almost create a static pattern? Now we wind up "keeping
    > up with the Jones's" and are wrapped in one big, huge, enormous static
    > pattern - agreeing with everyone else on something that, in essence, cannot
    > be judged to the point of accuracy.
    > What do you think?

    My question is how would you change the static patterns you find so
    objectionable? Close down the museums?


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