Definition of Mastery LO28212

From: Ray Evans Harrell (
Date: 04/11/02

Replying to LO28201 --

Thanks DP. In my work, all complexity is bounded by the imagination and
virtuosity of the Master. I use other words to define external density of
patterns. For example "density". It is important in my work that
"diction" be accurate because we are working with pedagogical development.
People are more like water than bridges. You have to have very clear
definitions with bounded contexts for a reality that is essentially fluid.
Otherwise virtuosity is an impossibility.

Ray Evans Harrell, artistic director
The Magic Circle Opera Repertory Ensemble, Inc.
Producer the Ned Rorem International Festival.

> A master knows that bounded area of complexity which can give rise to
> future surprises, which may or may not be pleasant surprises. Everything
> else is simple!


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