The Prescribed Happiness

I played guitar. Then I begged my friend Luzz to add some more instruments. Hear the orchestra of joy! Maybe my friend wanted to demonstrate with his addition, which I as a philosopher always use to call “the prescribed happiness” (Adorno). Music has sometimes this embarrassing task of manipulation. So military music or music in the churches sometimes starts in a philosopher’s state of mind even reflexes of pacifism or atheism.

maybe you like to compare a choir (Virginia State University Gospel Chorale) performing “Walkin’ in Jerusalem just like John” and my old time minimalism on banjo with the same song:

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

8 responses to “The Prescribed Happiness

  1. on twitter:

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  2. What fun on a dull Monday morning, Frizz. Now I’m HAPPY!

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  3. That’s a real bouncy happy birthday music. Love it!

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