#9 How to spin F: Critical Needs
F a vehicle of expression transforms the composer’s vision and compels him to have second thoughts about the flair he puts on his notes. The proof is in the music. (9 of 14)
One way to make this fast: Wax philosophical and embrace the ambiguity. Spot the phrase in italics and hear the music for 20 “smart reader” points.
It is easy to ignore the tedium of pedantic reasoning when there is a new opportunity to become smarter and wiser, especially after the agony of excessive ignorance has subsided. An uncharted wilderness is not an appropriate place to be in for an inexperienced newcomer, so it is a good thing the many challenging times are passed long enough ago.
Someone out there with answers for the future will undoubtedly bring everything into focus in time for a new transition, considering how old mistakes are highly unlikely to emerge and particularly since getting older reportedly has its advantages. It is simply a matter of determining what the benefits are even if trial and error is the only thing left on the list of viable options. The main thing is to hold strong to the promise of someone out there with solutions and answers for everything — an oasis of intellect for critical needs.
‘F’ is on the verge of making a spectacular comeback provided the level of interference remains at zero.
The tolerance for inactivity must remain constant because as long as the chronological accuracy of facts and figures and the principle of cause and effect are nebulous the intelligence quotient can be assumed and manipulated in a random manner. In other words, nothing with a basis needs to be considered for any reason whatsoever.
At the moment there has been no meddling, not a thing has been done or attempted in a very long time and nobody knows the real reason progress is lacking. A perfect condition for stating a claim comes into play because only the sands of time can prove if it is true or false.
‘F’ is back in the game.
Anyone who has “been there” at least has a chance of being right so the trick is to find the perfect paradox, promote the validity of its flip side then assert that nothing could ever be wrong even where “the grass is a different shade of green”. Of course at this stage it is all about comparisons and the dire need for sage advice.
A summary here might be well-placed in order to validate anything perceived as longueur quality in this collection focused on music made for a new stage and titled The TW Suite in relation to the young visionary in newsletter two featuring an inspiring theater perspective - one thing leading to another and producing overwhelming experiences in the form of new music.
Apparently an attempt to perfect a formula for success compelled the music to map a path and from this point onward new circumstances which jeopardize the “music maker’s” peace of mind could turn in any direction.
The ‘F’ Game
If there is a solution, it is a puzzle. Without one — it’s just a mess.
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In subsequent newsletter ten the character ‘F’ advances with the composer’s vision.