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    Recently I am reading about computational creativity, my interest is in graphical design, engineering solutions and algorithm design, but I am getting to know that much work in computational creativity is done in music as well. I have listened only scarcely to the results of this work and mostly...
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    https://www.thehomeschoolmom.com/handwriting-hardwired-for-writing/ here is an article. It´s not about homeschooling even though it´s published on this site. It´s about importance of handwriting. What do you think about that? I´m just a bit worried, because I type too much.... "Writing has...
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    by Sam Gillies on June 8, 2014 New survey finds improvising Jazz musicians are the most creative of all. http://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/Article/387718,are-jazz-musicians-more-creative-than-classical.aspx Make of this what you will.
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    Let's see how this will go: I dedicate this thread to sketches, thoughts, brainstorming, and perhaps a polished "work" or 2 that you'd like to hear some feed back on. Specifically something other than composition (since we have a whole sub-forum dedicated to that). Writing, visual art maybe...
  5. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    This is a tough question, I think. What is compositional inspiration? Any composer you wish to discuss, whether Johann Bach or John Cage, whether Wolfgang Mozart or Luvsanjambyn Mördorj is less important. I just want to know how would you "define" compositional inspiration? Or at least what...
  6. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    Pick a composer, any. Your favorite or ones you dislike. Do you ever critically question why they wrote the piece or why they wrote certain parts that they did? Or do you just accept any creativity that came (or comes) from them? Maybe you question why did Bach pursue a technical composition...
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