Friday, 26 September 2008

Everybody can be a composer

"Meanwhile the evolution of computer music in and for itself, as a purely electronic art, is likely to be happening less in great institutions than living rooms, and to be contributing to a rebirth of domestic music as a creative art, with many millions of composers pursuing their own fantasies, and communicating with others throught computer networks." (Paul Griffiths 1995, Modern Music and After)

Before concert halls and public concerts were born, all music was home music. LAURI GRÖHN

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