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#466307 - 12/17/11 01:25 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: -Ember-]
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#466308 - 12/17/11 01:30 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: One Man Army]
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Thank you. I'll write them all down and get them as soon as I can.

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#466309 - 12/17/11 01:48 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: -Ember-]
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You are most welcome.
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#466340 - 12/18/11 03:35 AM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: One Man Army]
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As far as I understand it now - everybody can find an own diabolus in musica and experience it just the way he/she needs and wishes to experience it: you could find the Devil while sitting in a great music-hall, or while driving your car and listening to the radio.

Mentioning heavy metal... Anton LaVey explained that metal isn't Devil's music, while considered so by the majority of to-the-bone-Christians. But, I also got to say, that heavy metal was one of the first steps I made towards Satanism. Songs that treated Satan not in a way the priest at the local church did it (I was Christian before), made me for the first time think, that thinking different from how the priest told you to, isn't necessarily wrong. And so I finished believing and started to think.
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#466362 - 12/18/11 07:56 AM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: One Man Army]
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Originally Posted By: One Man Army
you could find the Devil while sitting in a great music-hall, or while driving your car and listening to the radio.


Seeing that "the Devil" is me, and you, and him, and her, everywhere we go, "he's" there. Perception and perspective. I can find the Devil in the song, "It's a Wonderful World," because I, the Devil, am the one listening to it,and some other Devil, Louis Armstrong, is the one who wrote it. smile
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#466436 - 12/19/11 05:02 AM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: Bet'phage]
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Originally Posted By: Bet'phage

Seeing that "the Devil" is me, and you, and him, and her, everywhere we go, "he's" there. Perception and perspective. I can find the Devil in the song, "It's a Wonderful World," because I, the Devil, am the one listening to it,and some other Devil, Louis Armstrong, is the one who wrote it. smile


That is a good thought. I must say, I will spend some time thinking about this. See, I study philosophy and used to 'sit and think'.

By the way, Bach's Tocatta in D minor, while listened in a quite room in the evening, inspires me a lot to such thoughts and brings me in a certain philosophical 'condition'. So, the Devil named Johann Sebastian is my own diabolus in musica.
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#488720 - 04/22/13 09:51 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: One Man Army]
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During the Middle Ages in Western music the tritone was classified as a dissonant interval and avoided at all cost during composition. If you’ve heard the opening notes from the band Black Sabbath’s self titled song “Black Sabbath” then you’ve heard this demonic interval.

Towards the end of the Renaissance era the tritone was nicknamed diabolus en musica meaning “the devil in music” by 1733 the phrase transformed into “mi against fa” (Satan in music). Later on during the Baroque and Classical eras this diabolical interval became perfectly acceptable in composition as another color on the composer’s pallet.
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#488737 - 04/23/13 01:39 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: Etu Malku]
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Yes we briefly talked about that on the previous page, which was back in, oh, 2011. smile
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#488740 - 04/23/13 03:06 PM Re: Satani: Diabolus in musica [Re: Etu Malku]
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