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Re: VMs: Voynechese as musical notation


 Date: 9 Jan 2004 08:47:38 +0100
 From: elvogt@xxxxxxxxxxx
 Reply-To: vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx


 given the fact that sound having structure and following rules approaches 
 music, and given that you can arbitrarily transform the VM-symbols to notes, 
 there is certainly a way to turn the VM into a symphony, but the same holds for 
 the NY phone book, and I'd have great trouble in interpreting the results. I 
 mean, if you found a particular harmony... what would it signify?
    Elmar (C flat)
 (end snips)...

*YES* but the 'ol timers here would love to HEAR taste touch/feel IT !
(if only in music (can a phone book really be done? - then the Voynich 
would ring with wizened willowed whispers (I'm sure) I can almost hear 
IT now? )...
what key? what cadence>? (remember the pages (some)(the score) are OUT 
Can this really be played like a phone book?

*COOL* :-) / VMS symphony = ON !!!

best to you & yours
steve (I suggest (key) "B sharp") ekwall

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