Re: CHAT: fiery spirits (was: THE WORLD OF THE JINN)
|From:||J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, October 19, 2003, 21:29|
In a message dated 2003:10:19 06:36:50 AM, ray.brown@FREEUK.COM writes:
>Why does ListServ get things so out of order?
Cuz - like all things in Cyberspace - it is Chaos in Action ;)
The German word for "noise" _Geräusch_ is derived from _rauschen_ "the
sound of the wind," related to _Rausch_ "ecstasy, intoxication" hinting at some
of the possible aesthetic, bodily effects of noise in music. Scientist Phil
Uttley "said the music of a black hole could be called improv." In "comparison
to a specific artist or style, he said the late Greek composer Iannis Xenakis.
"Scientists say music is ubiquitous in Nature (Earth itself) and shows up in
the arrangements of the planets, in seascapes, and even in our brainwaves."
'Flicker Noise' - Nature's inaudible rhythms & patterns are in everything -
heartbeats, climate change, X-ray outputs, in interplanetary magnetic fields....
"When you're trying to do something you should feel absolutely alone, like a
spark in the blackness of the universe." -Iannis Xenakis
"It's the greatest achievement to be able to hear the sounds of the world,
all the sounds, as part of some vast musical composition with no beginning or
end, but infinite nuance, endless layers and parts in the score... Your ears are
trained when you can take it all in, not just what you like to hear." - David
"Any sufficiently advanced music is indistinguishable from noise" (after
Arthur C. Clarke's aphorism that any sufficiently advanced technology is
indistinguisable from magic.)" - John Chalmers, in email response to the quote _The
Difference between Music and Noise is all in your Head_
"... simple, chaotic, anarchic and menacing.... This is what people of today
have lost and need most - the ability to experience permanent bodily and
mental ecstasy, to be a receiving station for messages howling by on the ether from
other worlds and nonhuman entities, those peculiar short-wave messages which
come in static-free in the secret pleasure center in the brain." - Slava Ranko
(Donald L. Philippi)