SIMON GABRIELOW Posted February 12, 2022 Share Posted February 12, 2022 Whatever does he mean? I am sure you may think.. Let the music go into the ether, and then fade away? Well, it's not as drastic an idea for topic as it may at first sound; what I mean to say is that in a world where everything is recorded constantly, documented, heard, seen, known of, viewed, whether internet, or many other numerous ways theses days; is there still that time when you can still sit down, play a tune, and then let that sound finish and go into the ether, and fade away, without being seen or heard of ever again? In the same way you may sit and listen to the wind billowing in tree and rustling leaves, on an autumnal day, that only you heard at that moment [music for your own ears]. I think people often can forget the merits of the moment in musical things; whereby we can let that melody live for that moment alone and allow it to disperse [fade away]. How do you all think about this? Do you still enjoy that time to let go and make musical sounds for the sake of it [not be tempted to record or document it]? Then to never hear that melody ever again? A momentary thing instead. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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