What to Listen for in Music - Chapter 3, The Creative Process in Music Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The Creative Process in Music Summary and Analysis

Most people are curious about how things are made. However, when it comes to music, people tend to be completely baffled about the process of creation. The composer seems to be a magician of sorts, creating something mysterious that may not be understood by the common man. The first question people are likely to ask is how the composer found inspiration. Many are surprised to find out that composers are not nearly as preoccupied with the concept of inspiration as one might think. It is difficult for one who does not compose to understand that, to a composer, creating music is as natural as sleeping or brushing his teeth. However, it is a natural thing to a creative spirit. If the composer does not feel like composing that day than he...

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