>>Schoenberg didn't invent the 12-tone row, but they are deservedly
>>famous for their development and exploitation of these things.
>** okay. richard . . .
i must know. who did?
the harvard dictionary of music
says "the term is most commonly applied to music
by Arnold Schoenberg and his
followers, though Josef Matthias Hauer actually
developed a somewhat different
type of twelve-tone composition shortly before
i think maybe shchoenberg did
he just wasn't the first to do
there is an interesting theory called
"morphogenics" that explains why ideas often
occur simultaneously by people who are not in
"morphic resonance" in the
collective mind or whatever...
now if i can just tune my
radio to the morphic resonance, i can be the next
put the mayo in the can with the
FEED THE TUNA