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Re: That first note (or loop) . . .

> At 22:27 01/05/05, you wrote:
>>> The first note is without any context, as it is the first. Without
>>> context, you are free to go anywhere. You could say the first note
>>> is a point in space, and it is without a direction.
>> From my point of view, the way I experience music, that is not the
>> case. I have a strong feeling that the second, third, fourth etc note
>> already lies embedded within the first note.
> On May 2, 2005, at 10:58, a k butler wrote:
> In Indian classical music, the first note is already playing before  
> the performance begins.
> andy

Keep it up India - your attitude rocks !! :-)

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