Conclusion Introduction Global computer-based communications cut across territorial borders, creating a new realm of human activity and undermining the feasibility--and legitimacy--of applying laws based on geographic boundaries. While these electronic communications play havoc with geographic boundaries, a new boundary, made up of the screens and passwords that separate the virtual world from the "real world" of atoms, emerges. This new boundary defines a distinct Cyberspace that needs and can create new law and legal institutions of its own. Territorially-based law-making and law-enforcing authorities find this new environment deeply threatening.
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Bach often incorporate comical rearrangements of well-known works of other composers. The works use instruments not normally used in orchestras, such as the bagpipesslide whistlekazooand fictional or experimental instruments such as the pastaphone made of uncooked manicotti tromboon hardartlasso d'amore and left-handed sewer flute.
Tromboon There is often a startling juxtaposition of styles within a single P. The underlying music is J. Bach 's first prelude from The Well-Tempered Clavierbut at double the normal speed, with each phrase repeated interminably in a minimalist manner that parodies Glass's. On top of this mind-numbing structure is added everything from jazz phrases to snoring to heavily harmonized versions of " Three Blind Mice " to the chanting of a meaningless phrase "Koy Hotsy-Totsy," alluding to the art film Koyaanisqatsi for which Glass wrote the score.
Through all these mutilations, the piece never deviates from Bach's original harmonic structure. Bach music often derives from violation of audience expectations, such as repeating a tune more than the usual number of times, resolving a musical chord later than usual or not at all, unusual key changes, excessive dissonance, or sudden switches from high art to low art.
Compositional periods[ edit ] Schickele divides P.
Bach's fictional musical output into three periods: During the Initial Plunge, P. N2O — the chemical formula of nitrous oxide or "laughing gas".P. D. Q. Bach is a fictitious composer invented by musical satirist "Professor" Peter barnweddingvt.comele developed a five-decade-long career, performing the "discovered" works of the "only forgotten son" of the Bach barnweddingvt.comele's music combines parodies of musicological scholarship, the conventions of Baroque and classical music, and slapstick.
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