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On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 1:59 PM, david wrote:
Yes I forgot to mention brain-wave patterns. Ultimately any such
'objective-measure' may miss some more subtle influence. Its just that a
crude idea may be better than no idea.
As far as I can see(hear?) today's technology makes possible musical
experiments (including but not limited to tuning) that could not have been
dreamt of 20 years ago -- leave aside Bach
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On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 1:59 PM, david <firstname.lastname@example.org=
The real interesting measure of perception/influence of music on thought mi=
ght require use of functional MRI scanning, which can show the actual elect=
rical activity in the brain.=A0Yes I forgot to mentio=
n brain-wave patterns. Ultimately any such 'objective-measure' may =
miss some more subtle influence.=A0 Its just that a crude idea may be bette=
r than no idea.
Coming back to Bach: If he was not interested in tunings he would not have =
written the Well Tempered clavier.
If he was interested in promoting equal temperament he would have called it=
the Equal tempered Clavier
There were plenty of tunings in Bach's day. If music over the centuries=
had NOT settled on a standard tuning that essentially displaced the others=
, would modern music have been experimenting with alternative tunings?
I dont understand...As =
far as I can see(hear?) today's technology makes possible musical exper=
iments (including but not limited to tuning) that could not have been dream=
t of 20 years ago -- leave aside Bach