> Hmm. Some of the more recent "Chill" music by such as Groove
> Armada and Royskopf can reach some very pleasing heights
> indeed - electronic though their sounds maybe. And then we
> have the haunting melodies of the theme tunes of Dr Who and
> The X-Files to consider.
Electronic music has the potential to lift us even higher than Mozart or any composer using acoustic instruments. Of course it depends on the music...
> Channeling - now I'd call that plain old Inspiration, in
> fact, as with writing, painting, sculpture, dancing - indeed
> with any form of Creativity. I used to walk in my own "Halls
> Of Creativity" late at night, with no distractions to disturb
> my furiously scribbling pen. And I wasn't as concerned by the
> source of such "windows" that opened up, as I was grateful
> for them in the first place!
Like I said--who do you think gives you "inspiration"? You have an inner guide--"guardian angel" if you prefer..and you receive help from many others on the inner planes. Call it what you will...
> As an aside, our Border Colly dog used to sit and cock her
> head to one side and howl in tune with Bach when we played it
> to her on the stereo.(true)
Oh absolutely. All my dogs have done this...and some music would send them running. lol Majic, my deceased Pyrenees, would always come immediately to the piano when my girlfriend would begin playing.