Saturday, 5 April 2008

Public Space 1

I'm intuiting these categories of 'private' and 'public'.. to a certain extent the detail doesn't quite make sense, yet these two examples, the first with a slight 'broadway' feel, do feel slightly more 'anonymous'. I put it down to the increased regulation in rhythm, harmony (less chromaticism): there is a greater probability of communication with an audience - which is important if you want to deliberately manipulate peoples' feelings (no. 1) or coordinate them in singing (no. 2) or maybe both...

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