Carl Jung had something to say in this regard -Nick Clow wrote: I am a great believer in the notion of pieces of art arriving unbidden ..
I always believe that work arriving like that is much more powerful than something consciously-derived
i.e. someone setting out to write something.
So far .. peace .Anthony Campanella wrote: Leonard Bernstein described musical tonality as ‘that universal earth’ from which everything springs .
A bit of redundancy .. ?..tonal music as an inherently natural language in which melody functions as a noun, harmony as adjective,
and musical metre as verb.
What was that famous line by Wordsworth ?Anthony Campanella wrote:Yes, could be some verbosity there.
Still, you can't separate music (art) from sound (science), anymore than you can separate painting (art) from color (science)
Therefore? discussion of any art references (at a minimum) science
+1 though much work and a real love for your subject is needed too.dory wrote:.... Some people are born with something mysterious the rest of us have to struggle for.