music is not...

„eða“[1] „draumurinn“[2] „um“[3] „lokaða“[4] „heiminn“[5] „&“[6] 
„höfundarleysi“[7] höfundaafléttunarinnar – fyrsti hluti (150 tilvitnanir)

Einar Torfi Einarsson & co.

"[M]usic is not so fast that adequate control of movements is lost"[8], "music is not art"[9], "music is not appropriate for worship"[10], "music is not always entirely clear"[11], "music is not so likely to use the voice as a conveyor of subjective experience"[12], "music is not solely a twentieth-century phenomenon"[13].

"[M]usic is not to be an accomplice"[14], "music is not so much a second or third something"[15], "music is not noise"[16], "music is not taken sufficiently seriously"[17], "music is not a language"[18], "music is not separate from other disciplines"[19], "music is not nearly as easy as one might expect"[20].

"Music is not exclusively of the is not fully appreciated"[21], "music is not accessible to analysis"[22], "music is not denotational in a linguistic way"[23], "music is not sufficient"[24], "music is not only life's greatest object"[25], "music is not always positive"[26], "music is not often held in very high regard"[27].

"[M]usic is not too difficult for any European"[28], "music is not performed as 'me'"[29], "music is not real art because it can be too"[30], "music is not necessarily a medium"[31], "music is not among them"[32], "music is not very complicated"[33], "music is not itself created"[34], "music is not only beyond language"[35].

"[M]usic is not slow"[36], "music is not a foreign language"[37], "music is not compositional in anything like the way in which a natural language is"[38], "music is not a structure in time"[39], "music is not to write a poem"[40], "music is not a stimulus leading to certain outcomes"[41], "music is not necessarily expressive of emptiness"[42].

"[M]usic is not its asocial"[43], "music is not a general category"[44], "music is not ahead of the people"[45], "music is not fortuitous"[46], "music is not like is not of course devoid of meaning"[47], "music is not a song"[48], "music is not usually about anything"[49], "music is not based on syncopation"[50], "music is not considered tonal"[51], "music is not tied to the predictable"[52].

"[M]usic is not considered as a part"[53], "music is not limited to human emotions"[54], "music, is not a static form"[55], "music is not so much sound as motion"[56], "music is not only a form of perception"[57], "music is not optional but obligatory"[58], "music is not of the earth"[59], "music is not merely the application to music of established sociological theories"[60].

"[M]usic is not disembodied from music making"[61], "music is not difficult"[62], "music is not Classical"[63], "music is not always a world"[64], "music is not, in the sense I am concerned with, beautiful"[65], "music is not exclusively a learned sign system"[66], "music is not a luxury"[67].

"[M]usic is not parodic"[68], "music is not a 'symbol' of anything else"[69], "music is not to be believed"[70], "music is not a vague utopian"[71], "music is not about anything"[72], "music is not from their own culture"[73], "music is not mere "background" (or base)"[74], "music is not necessarily a clearly defined concept"[75], "music is not unusual"[76], "music is not what attracts people to church"[77], “music is not merely about sound"[78], "music is not some curious anomaly"[79].

"[M]usic is not uniformly high"[80], "music is not his life"[81], "music is not a note of despair"[82], "music is not the musical means of expression"[83], "music is not concerned with valuation"[84], "music is not every sound you hear"[85], "music is not knowledge"[86], "music is not thought to be a great consideration"[87], "music is not stealing"[88], "music is not limited to performances"[89], "music is not what defines"[90], "music is not the gentle harmonious reconciliation of opposing tendencies"[91].

"[M]usic is not often defined"[92], "music is not inescapable for liberated music"[93], "music is not all in limbo"[94], "music is not water"[95], "music is not vaguer than literature"[96], "music is not understood in too narrow a sense"[97], "music is not just a performance"[98], "music is not about expression"[99], "music is not beamed at all of the public"[100], "music is not a unitary art form"[101], "music is not as mysterious as you might think"[102].

"[M]usic is not a cure-all"[103], "music is not just music"[104], "music is not conservative"[105], "music is not detected by our ears alone"[106], "music is not referential"[107], "music is not specifically composed for a particular project"[108], "music is not merely derivative or reflective"[109], "music is not at all like that heard by the adult"[110], "music) is not French music"[111], "music is not entirely accurate"[112], "music is not elucidated fully by composite musical genres and social function"[113].

"[M]usic is not only sublimated"[114], "music” is not just the title"[115], "music is not so much a technique"[116], "music is not direct"[117], "music, is not the main issue"[118], "music is not only performed in a social context"[119], "music is not a matter of winning"[120], "music is not only a metaphor"[121], "music is not the result of wanting to be 'different'"[122], "music is not merely a manifestation of global processes"[123], "music is not directed at remembrance"[124].

"[M]usic is not commercially important"[125], "music is not in fact fully significant unless one compares it with the shaman's relation to music"[126], "music is not just different music"[127], "music is not new"[128], "music is not an abstruse activity"[129], "music is not the goal of the production process"[130].

"[M]usic is not the privilege of human beings"[131], "music is not, on the whole, an encouraging sight"[132], "music is not at the forefront of today's music"[133], "music is not forbidden"[134], "music is not a reflex"[135], "music is not a secret cult"[136], "music is not solely a human trait"[137], "music is not aurality"[138], "music is not at all what I expected"[139], "music is not necessary for bhakti"[140], "music is not only its innovative treatment"[141], "music is not exempted from intercultural phenomenon"[142], "music is not nearly as easy as one might have expected"[143].

"[M]usic is not something audible"[144], "music is not heard"[145], "music is not an adequate preparation"[146], "music is not a reliable narrator"[147], "music is not to imply that it is innocuous"[148], "music is not a handmaid"[149], "music is not merely a matter of taste"[150].


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