The Glory of Sound
The author of the article is very passionate about his subject, (though he sometimes gets confuses the point), and makes a clear and concise point: Noise is music, and is worthy of the same admiration as we give to the orchestral compositions. The system in which music is written is familiar to us, ( 3 or 4 notes with a resolution), and is therefore predictable. Noise, however, can create both comfort and discomfort, familiarity that can only be seen on the periphery. If music is to retain progress and not fall into the stagnation of tradition, Sound must be accepted as a new configuration of old elements.