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Posted by Aurino Souza on April 15, 2002 13:35:05 UTC

I just thought it was interesting you keep mentioning it. But I liked your answer, it was very nice.

I first heard this tune on the soundtrack for Cosmos and I bought the cassette tape. What I don't know would fill a bathtub. I don't know what the original music has on it and what has been added as variations on the theme.

I haven't seen the tape but I doubt they changed it. The variations ARE the piece, that's one of the things that make it a canon.

Music is a universal math journal for our inner mind. If they ever make smart pills that really work, they'll probably have music in them.

In a way some music already work as smart pills. There has been some serious research linking the music of Mozart with a temporary boost in spatial-temporal intelligence.

For a while, it seems to be in a new key with every note, but not in a flustered way... a very calm, relaxed excursion away from the Earthly shores.

Like a drug, right?

Cheers,

Aurino

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