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  1. #101

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah
    Don't get caught in this... you have to be daring and ambitious.
    violent and original

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    Quote Originally Posted by christianm77
    violent and original
    outrageous and authentic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah
    outrageous and authentic
    fast and bulbous

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    In every art form, there's this delicate balance where beauty emerges.

    Beauty might best be thought of as that careful blend between order & chaos... Order provides a certain structure. Chaos can then delightfully surprise us by stepping outside that structure by just the right amount.

    An artist knows just how much is right. Too much chaos becomes noise. Not enough becomes monotony.

    Over our lifetimes our tastes evolve as our senses mature. The "right" balance for each of us changes - whether it's music, visual arts, literature, dance, theater, food, etc. What was initially unintelligible can become quite enjoyable and then, eventually, boring.

    If you don't appreciate the structure and order of jazz, it can sound like a lot of chaos to one's ears. Then, if you listen to it long enough, you begin to enjoy increasingly complex levels of what was once "dissonance" - that's what it takes to find those delightfully beautiful artistic surprises.

    Enjoy.
    Last edited by OneWatt; 07-03-2020 at 04:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWatt
    In every art form, there's this delicate balance where beauty emerges.

    Beauty might best be thought of as that careful blend between order & chaos... Order provides a certain structure. Chaos can then delightfully surprise us by stepping outside that structure by just the right amount.

    An artist knows just how much is right. Too much chaos becomes noise. Not enough becomes monotony.

    Over our lifetimes our tastes evolve as our senses mature. The "right" balance for each of us changes - whether it's music, visual arts, literature, dance, theater, food, etc. What was initially unintelligible can become quite enjoyable and then, eventually, boring.

    If you don't appreciate the structure and order of jazz, it can sound like a lot of chaos to one's ears. Then, if you listen to it long enough, you begin to enjoy increasingly complex levels of what was once "dissonance" - that's what it takes to find those delightfully beautiful artistic surprises.

    Enjoy.

    It's all true... only I will not listen long to things that sound like a lot of chaos...

    Usually you begin to come back to something like that if you are attracted to it even if you do not know why...