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This page is in progress. Please help improve this article. --S.dedalus 06:59, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

nonsensical definition[edit]

First, you define Biomusic as "sounds created or performed by NON-LIVING things." and then you go on by talking about birds, whales an plants. This doesn't make sense at all. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:09, 28 March 2011 (UTC)

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A really weird passage[edit]

Under "Forms"

"It is important to note that of the more than 13,100 bird species, less than 100 have been accepted into Western classical or other music genres (or .007%). With the exception of entire biophonies, the abstract and deconstructed selection of particular birds (and the voices of a few other non-human animals such as certain cetaceans or canids) in these genres have been largely predicated on the convenient ways in which they happen to fit the models consistent with the then-current paradigms of the Academy – those considered to be "musical" at any given time.[1]"

This reads like some kind of criticism of the musical establishment for marginalizing animal musicians and preventing birds from making their own music. What a weird thing to say.

SacraConversazione (talk) 03:35, 23 June 2018 (UTC)