Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a good thing...

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To: drew Roberts <zotz@...>
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Date: Thursday, November 4, 2010 - 4:24 pm

On Thu, 4 Nov 2010 11:13:05 -0400
drew Roberts wrote:

> On Thursday 04 November 2010 10:43:12 you wrote:

Even still, it isn't simply learning how to write and my blurb may
have focused to much on that. Nevertheless, you can't dictate a novel if
you don't know the words or how to use them correctly.

>

Is it? I find them intimately connected. Music is a language and
everything that applies to learning to communicate with words and
speech can be transferred to learning to communicate thorough music.

... but I do understand your point.

>

As did my daughter, but she wasn't writing a phd thesis nor an opera.

>

Again, I understand what you are talking about.

> >

true, but also a bit of jealousy, no? Why should someone with no
musical skills other than the ability to operate computer software be
able to travel the same path as a someone trained for decades?

but I digress...

David

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Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a..., David Santamauro, (Thu Nov 4, 4:24 pm)
Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a..., Leonardo Palomares, (Thu Nov 4, 7:37 pm)
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