The Synthesis of the Musical Meaning
The Structure of the Creative Process in Music
Synthesis and Analysis in Superficial Musical Deduction
of the Creative Process in Music
However, we find yet another kind of superficial deduction, namely the deduction of a surface from the content, and this refers to the creative process in music as it extends from the absolute force-field of the harmony through the sequence-spaces and the motif-spaces into the musical sound-space.
In this case, the content of the music the infinitely condensed, universal, musical multiplicity of the harmony is systematically made grosser, and in the course of this "creating" it appears as the musical creation of a composer.
two kinds of superficial deduction correspond either to a deduction from our
standpoint as music listeners, or to a deduction from our standpoint as music
In the dissimilarity of their deduction they are very naturally rooted in the dissimilarity of our states of knowledge.
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