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Re: On "learned" A/P, lattice / grid
Martin Braun wrote:
Dear Eliot and others,
Chroma differentiation could make music more interesting to listeners
without necessarily influencing the structure of music.
As culture becomes increasingly complex, it's hard to assume that any
such map exists that isn't ultimately random.
Diana's work (see her last post) shows that the maps are not random.
Is this consistent with Diana's concept of "the possibility of basic
disagreement at the perceptual level," in matters musical?
Also consider: a composer "in agreement" with some sort of universalized
perception code would probably tend
to create music exactly conformant to existing patterns of musical
structure. The composer who invents a new style is probably someone
with a rather uncommon, if not unique,. perceptual style. In the visual
arts this seems certain.