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Thinking to Act

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Sunday 18 November 2018, by Matthieu Giroux


The music as it is broadcast allows you to have emotions, but not to think to act. This musical approach, aimed at transforming ourselves, is not understood, but has also been repressed by oligarchy very often. For example, it has always been possible for baroque instruments to get back, because more beautiful, thanks to so-called high-tech microphones.

If we listen to some composers’ classical music, this music can make us thinking, then gets us to meditating. Then links are made in our mind. We then gain our artistic rationality. We awaken. We want to act on that awakening.

Bach composed music to teach them to his students. His scores are in the public domain, on websites www.devenircreatif.com, or on Muse Open. Examples are the Toccata and fugue in D minor, and the Allegro moderato in G major. His music uses dissonance, around voices. Voices being dissociated look like jam session. Jam session is a set of musical surges.

Dissonances are nearby notes played at the same time. Dissonances are close to false notes. Wo don’t forget them. For Bach and Mozart, as well as for other composers lead by humanity’s love, beautiful dissonances have a very great importance: they engage to think. Indeed, it is the unusual that engages our desire to grow and to be into the life’s movement. Mixed classrooms, where pupils appreciate each other, change very quickly.

False notes are not forgotten. Some music teachers will tell you that you should avoid them altogether. The dissonances are beautiful, with a harmony before bringing the desire to think about something, a sufficient rhythm engaging the voices, or a specific instrument with a chorus. In Bach, Beethoven, or Mozart, dissonances are largely a point on a score engaging to think. Don’t try to listen. Try to blossom. The positive cleric Vivaldi, also Beethoven, the politician of the artistic linking, used this approach to revolutionize minds.

Also, when you hear some notes, you want an end. It’s instinctive. If you stop the range from C to B, you wait for an end. With the A, you’re getting impatient. We can play this way to keep the listener’s breath seeking. We can then understand that Mozart’s Ave Verum, that makes you thinking about Jesus’ death, can inspire action films, where an actor dies for a long time. Mozart’s Ave verum, on the other hand, highlights, through music, the Eternity’s subject, therefore about beauty, making us thinking with dissonances, between choirs also.

This musical score is possible only having faith in life, with a scientific mind. Leibniz points out that life and mind are highly analyzed by his time’s scientists, indeed present’s scientist. This kind of musical score about human’s limits gets us thinking to others. The scientific mind is platonic thinking, aimed at testing hypotheses by experiment, to create a hypothesis superior to others. This is what Mozart’s Ave Verum can create, if you want to think, that Mozart wants to you.

How is it possible to initiate a thinking ?

Voices are thinking about a situation, often in nature or human, making us thinking_:
- A progress, as the complexity of the score intensifies or awakens.
- A series of interactions between voices, leading to think.
- Fullness while acquiring, if the voices become low or long.
Creating and teaching are on or are human’s limits. If we are interested to understand how composers create a score, the best way to understand them is to do as they do, adapting that we hear to our mind. We first learn to understand how scores that make us growing are built. Then we show how we feel elements, in order to make us thinking on our limits, then those of our society.
Writing is crucial to any creative activity, because it helps you to understand where you want to go. Poetry is necessary, before beginning to create, because it allows to understand our feelings, in order to awaken our mind towards beauty, towards eternity, transmiting.
Someone who enjoys only music’s beauty, which is a human thinking eternity, without trying to create it, ends up bored. Indeed, he can only adapt himself to this beauty, without acting to create his own vision of a human situation. He will no longer understand why he liked this listening. He will then want to go back to the consumer society, to enjoy and thus endure, without wanting to act with others.

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My Notes

Find music that makes you thinking and acting.
While questioning yourself, listening music, distinguish a music that makes only emotional against a music bringing constructive thinking. These music bring constructive dreams, when you’re calm.


Matthieu Giroux

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