Started by Florestan, April 10, 2021, 08:30:33 AM
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Quote from: Gurn Blanston on April 14, 2021, 07:18:33 AMSo, your professional musician theory probably is more likely. That said, I've dealt with many of them, too, with no problem. So maybe he was just uniquely M? 😳🤠😎
Quote from: BWV 1080 on April 12, 2021, 12:13:22 PMAlthough if anyone is feeling nostalgic, I bet you could locate Sean on a sex offender registry somewhere
Quote from: k a rl h e nn i ng on April 14, 2021, 05:19:38 AMAgreed. He came to work in Boston at one point, and we got together for a cup of tea near my office.
Quote from: Mirror Image on April 14, 2021, 11:38:36 AMIt seems by the sound of it that even I could be considered one of the GMG trolls. We all have our eccentricities of course, but also, there are some people who are just plain...bizarre.
Quote from: springrite on April 14, 2021, 09:16:50 PMBut we love your version of bizarreness.
Quote from: (: premont :) on April 15, 2021, 12:09:29 AM+1
Quote from: DaveF on April 14, 2021, 12:00:09 PMI remember that one (of many) of Sean's peculiarities was that he held it to be literally, physically impossible for modern listeners to understand music written pre-1700 because it was "modal" rather than "tonal". Apparently back then they had an extra awareness, rather like beings that inhabit 4-dimensional space, of the differences between the Mixolydian, Dorian, Phrygian etc. which we have completely lost. For us to listen to early music was therefore rather like a blind person visiting a picture gallery. I once forced John Browne's Stabat mater upon him, which he gave his usual thorough attention (he listened to everything 5 times before expressing an opinion) before grudgingly conceding that it exhibited "proto-tonal tendencies".
Quote from: foxandpeng on April 29, 2021, 03:20:30 AMThis thread was the one that prompted me to re-register again properly, and to say hello after such a long time. I really appreciate the way you all view the forum. I'm also registered on other fora, but I visit here far more frequently than other places. I confess that one of my dim and distant conversations with Sean led me to stop contributing, but I was less resilient then, due to a tough patch. I still probably won't add much, but I do enjoy learning here.
Quote from: foxandpeng on April 29, 2021, 03:20:30 AMThis thread was the one that prompted me to re-register again properly, and to say hello after such a long time. I really appreciate the way you all view the forum. I'm also registered on other fora, but I visit here far more frequently than other places. I confess that one of my dim and distant conversations with Sean led me to stop contributing, but I was less resilient then, due to a tough patch. I still probably won't add much, but I do enjoy learning here.The poster formerly known as Pencils..
Quote from: philoctetes on May 01, 2021, 09:06:08 AMReturning to the topic at hand, it is thanks to this forum that I was able to meet two righteous dudes (Corey and Nigel), sadly (or not) who are no longer part of this forum, but I am very glad to have met both of them, even if I knew them only for a short time. They also (wittingly or unwittingly) allowed me to understand a part of myself that was either previously unknown to me (or denied by me, but I suspect it is probably more the former than the latter).
Quote from: Iota on May 01, 2021, 10:57:30 AMTo 71 dB - Fwiw, I think bloody-minded persistence in the face of widespread opposition can be an admirable virtue at times, though I'm not sure a politics thread on a music forum is necessarily one of those times. But I think you're an honest person without guile, which to me are very valuable qualities, and in certain things you talk with great authority and clarity, hi fi/audio being one example, where there's nobody's opinion I'd respect more.
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