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All You Need Is Ears Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4-7 Summary

George Martin
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Chapters 4-7 Summary and Analysis

Chapter four," All You Need is Ears," begins with a discussion on architecture. Martin has a fascination with architecture that he can easily relate to music. The comparison is particularly effective when Martin speaks about the evolution of both.

Martin is a student of classical music, not only in the sense of appreciating the music and being able to play it but rather, how the music was constructed and how it is relevant to today. Many people think that classical music is dead and that the techniques and methods once employed are no longer valid. This is untrue. Martin shows how those techniques could be used as building blocks to create new sounds, techniques and forms of music. This is where Martin is particularly effective in his recording abilities.

According to Martin, no voice is every completely in tune. There are variations in...

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