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xxxBrandis
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Aug 5, 2006

does anybody share views with me. Best Brandis

 

Andy Watkinson
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Mozart and the design Aug 5, 2006

Hard to tell.

Andy.


 

Dees  Identity Verified
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Mozart and the design Aug 5, 2006

Yes, hard to tellicon_wink.gif

Please explain your views.


[Edited at 2006-08-05 16:10]


 

xxxBrandis
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It is not just one fixed idea Aug 5, 2006

Mozart´s ideas are being implemented in planing / design objects both exterior and interior, like light, traffic, ambience. I did industrial maths at the TUB and it left me with rudimentary diplom certificate, the practice showed me many other things. Only today I put on my private collection, the symphonies are sooooo sooothing and yet very active. Hence also this off-topic to find like minds and.... this probably has nothing to do with translation work or business, but I just found for the N_th time these are great works, there are however equally other great works. .... Best Brandis


[Edited at 2006-08-05 16:34]


 

xxxBrandis
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you may have comparatives Aug 5, 2006

Andy Watkinson wrote:

Hard to tell.

Andy.
Hello Andy, there may be others if you wish to specify that are so good. Best Brandis


 

PAS  Identity Verified
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Uhh... Mozart... Aug 5, 2006

Brandis - I am having extreme difficulty trying to discern the meaning of your post.

How are Mozart's ideas implemented in design?
How do you design "traffic" or "ambience"?

Mozart's symphonies are wonderful, but Bach's cantatas are more wonderful.
And Bach's sonatas and partitas for solo violin are the greatest western music ever written.

I don't know if the greatness of this music is accidental or by design.

Please explain.

Pawel Skalinski
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xxxBrandis
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I do not why but... Aug 5, 2006

PAS wrote:

Brandis - I am having extreme difficulty trying to discern the meaning of your post.

How are Mozart's ideas implemented in design?
How do you design "traffic" or "ambience"?

Mozart's symphonies are wonderful, but Bach's cantatas are more wonderful.
And Bach's sonatas and partitas for solo violin are the greatest western music ever written.

I don't know if the greatness of this music is accidental or by design.

Please explain.

Pawel Skalinski
Warsaw (actually raining and cooled down!)
the architure students and city planers including the governmental offices responsible for this kind of designing work follow mozart music as an orientation for design but not bach. They follow just as well Kant models for such purpose. Best Bradis


 

Wing Chan  Identity Verified
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"Zen" Aug 6, 2006

Basic description of Mozartian style: penetrating, brushinking, and immortal

 


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