The art of noise art of noise something always happens / camilla the old old story


    When a typical audience hears a piano, for example, it can be categorized, boxed, and therefore dismissed. Familiar, it becomes relegated to the background as they spend the concert in conversation or lost in unrelated thoughts. It is like learning about the founding of the United States for the sixth time in school – no matter how the teacher approaches it, among the students all but the history buffs will feel exhausted by the retelling of the same story. I push for the use of new sounds because simply by dint of their novelty a listener listens to the music. Their ear is perked to the unrecognized and their attention is captured in an effort of discernment.


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