Re: Poll by Email No. 4
|From:||And Rosta <a.rosta@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 15, 2002, 10:01|
No equivocating this week!
First question: B.
Second question: C, nowadays (and no more than once a week). A little bit of
A (but not really B) in my late teens -- but more because of not-yet-specialized
creativity than because of any link to conlanging.
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> Subject: [CONLANG] Poll by Email No. 4
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> This week's question is brought to you by Doug Ball, who
> suggested a poll
> regarding the relationship between conlanging and music, especially
> composition. When answering, please tell me what genre(s) of music you listen
> to. If I see a statistically relevant pattern develop, I will make note of
> it. Like last week, this will be a two-part poll, so pay attention!
> First question: Do you believe that music and conlanging have
> a high degree
> of relationality to each other?
> A. There is a high degree of correlation between music and
> conlanging for
> me. (Explain.)
> B. I think that music and conlanging fall into the same
> general categories
> (art, hemispheres of the brain, whatever), but otherwise do not share much of
> a relationship.
> C. There is no relationship between conlanging and music.
> D. Other.
> Second question: What is your musical activity?
> A. I compose music.
> B. I play a musical instrument.
> C. I listen to music.
> D. I abhor music.
> (Note: Answer the first one that describes you; that is, if
> you compose, it
> can generally be assumed that you both listen and have at least the ability
> to play a musical instrument. If you don't compose, but play a musical
> instrument, it is a safe bet that you listen to music. Yes? :)
> The Rules:
> 1. Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with your poll choice. DO NOT POST TO THE LIST!
> 2. If you desire, include a longer response in your email, outlining your
> thoughts on the question.
> 3. By including a long response, you grant permission for your response to be
> posted to the mailing list. If for some reason you wish to keep your response
> private, please make that clear in the body of your email.
> 4. I reserve the right to edit your response for space and content. Not all
> responses may be published.
> 5. All poll answers, however, will be accounted for. Multiple votes will not
> count, you cheater. Hedging answers will be pounded into the closest category.
> 6. This is not scientific by any stretch of the imagination.
> 7. Poll topics welcome.
> 8. The poll results and a selection of responses will be posted next
> Saturday, 16 March, along with a new poll question.
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