Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Music to Your Ears

Is the absence of corruption usually music to your ears?

Any beautiful musical performance interrupted is corrupted.

Any interference in the transmission of a broadcast is an annoyance.

Any distortion of the sound of a recording is either a corruption of the intention or an intended noise.  But how do you tell the difference?

Are valuable, exclusive experiences often a consequence of corruption?

How do you know when a mistake or defect is deliberate or unintended?

What is music to your ears, and why?

Here are a few matters you may be yet to consider properly:

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Ordinary mortals have sometimes been invited to attend the serene salon for world peace in the digital grand drawing room of Villa Twaklinilkawt.

Your invitation?

If you are currently one of the fortunate persons with substantial access to Villa Twaklinilkawt, the next official tour of the main house, other digital structures and extensive grounds will leave in a few moments from now.

Please hurry if you are seeking to join it:

Villa Twaklinilkawt tours

Upon entering the ethereal gatehouse, the exclusive tour will begin by taking you up into the beautiful, natural common room:

The natural common room

Once there, it may be possible to upgrade your Adelaidezone status, subject to negotiation.  You will be expected to demonstrate your knowledge of Twaklinology but not necessarily musicology.

1. Avoiding confusion

2. How to have an enlightened understanding

3. A broader perspective

4. Political diaphaneity

5. Amalgamations and collaborations