Now that we have seen the nature of the structures of all the Arts, we will start to examine, and place in the Yin or Yang
columns, the various elements of Music itself, always remembering that, even if the Arts are YIN (%25%) compared to Science (%75%), the structure of Music (Muzikeco, composed of Rhythm, Harmony, and Melody) is quite YANG (%40-45%) compared to the other Arts, as previously seen.
Performance and Muzikeco
These 2 Faces of Music, Muzikeco and Performance, represent an extension of the original definition of Music. This symbiosis of the YANG (%45%) structure of Music and the YIN (%40%) nature of its works and performances will enable
humanity to use the Knowledge of Music's structure as a precious partner to its Intuition, without hindering or neglecting
it in the least. The symbiotic coexistence of Intuition and Knowledge will eventually lead us to the Praise of Intuition as
the supreme court of judgment.
Only plays, Dance, and Music require performance, but occasional poetry readings should also be included, and a few %%
points should be removed for the performance of a written work, on account of the YIN of its interpretation.
YIN-YANG distribution within Music
From YIN to YANG, the order would be -
first, Performance, the most intuitive and the least restricted, the most YIN (%38%),
second, the works, also intuitive but more restricted (%40%),
third, the operation of composition, submited to the rigors of Muzikeco,
either intuitively and tentatively, or more securely with the help of Muzikeco (%42%),
and fourth, Muzikeco itself, the most YANG (%45%) part of Music.
Qualitative and Quantitative Dimensions
We are here within the Performance (%38%) and Muzikeco (%45%) range, and the YIN-YANG distinction will also be fine.
The YIN and YANG of Dimensions
The 3 Worlds of Music (Time, Pitch, and Energy) are not of the same nature -
Time and Pitch are the fundamental Worlds of Muzikeco, and thus YANG (%45%), and
Energy is a fundamental World of Performance, and thus YIN (%38%).
In each World,we find both a Quantitative (YIN) and a Qualitative (YANG) Dimension.
In the World of Time (itself YANG %45%), we have -
the Quantitative Dimension of Duration (YIN %43%), an important element of Performance, and
the Qualitative Dimension of Alternation (YANG %47%), an important element of Muzikeco.
In the World of Pitch (itself YANG), we have -
the Quantitative Dimension of Frequency (YIN %43%), an important element of Performance, and
the Qualitative Dimension of Chrominicism (YANG %47%), an important element of Muzikeco.
In the World of Energy (itself YIN %38%), we have
the Quantitative Dimension of Volume (YIN %36%), an important element of Performance, and
the Qualitative Dimension of Timbre (seemingly YANG (%40%)
but evidently YIN within the World of Energy),
indicated (+ Timbre) in the YIN column and (- Timbre) in the YANG column.
the 3 Quantitative Dimensions are in Face 1 with the YIN, and
the 3 Qualitative Dimensions are (technically) in Face 2 with the YANG,
with Timbre shifted to the YIN of Energy.
The 2 important Dimensions of Muzikeco, Alternation and Chrominicism,
were the last to be discovered.
The other arts
It is interesting to note that -
Fine Arts do not use the World of Time.
All performances use both Time and Space.
Fundamentally, Dance uses Time and Space, while Music uses Time and Pitch.
Melody and Development
Intuition and Knowledge
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