CC Issue 36 / Music

On Making Music: A Brief Impression

To compose music is to love and listen.  At first, there’s brief cacophony in fits and spasms amongst cries of small notes.  Much attention is required.  Through trial and error a note may be trained into whatever place it should go, thereby avoiding discordance later on.  Each tone, though beautiful on its own, stirs a longing for full melody and completion.  Sometimes when played together there’s only dissonance, but when harmony finally comes—well, it’s indescribable.  Anyone who cares to listen can enjoy with hearts roused in tune.


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