Replying to LO28318 --
Ray Harrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Performing Artists are translators, recreators of the
>values arrived at in the creation of the compositional
>Master. They take the work from a time and place
>in history and translate its values and intentionality into
>the language of the present time and place where the
>performance takes place. But you know this already.
> I'm not sure why I'm saying it.
Greetings dear Ray,
Perhaps you just had to create this beautful little piece which I quoted.
It makes me think of many things. One of them is that I believe in a
Creator (the original Master) who had begun with Creation and is still
keeping up with it. When I am doing natural science (in contrast to
cultural science), I view my work very much in the sense you have
described above. I try to translate in human terms what humans never
I write "and is still keeping up with it" because I firmly believe that
the laws of nature cannot do their job without the Creator. It is when I
am alone in a desert that I perceive this "and is still keeping up with
With care and best wishes,
At de Lange <email@example.com> Snailmail: A M de Lange Gold Fields Computer Centre Faculty of Science - University of Pretoria Pretoria 0001 - Rep of South Africa
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