Diaz has called the movie 'an antimusical
, a rock opera, whatever you want to call it.' (How about a Lav Diaz movie?
David Novak's study is developed across seven chapters that trace three key themes: first, the problematic ontology of Noise as an antimusical
anti-genre; second, the emergence of Japanoise within transnational feedback loops of cultural exchange and circulation; and lastly, the interpretation of Japanoise as a humanistic mode of cultural resistance against Japan's rapid modernization and the rise of global technoculture.
While King Johan's antimusical
stance resembles Bale's prose polemics--"masses, ryngynges, synginges" are "heythynshe wares" in one tract, for example--in his morality drama Three Laws, music is used to restore order to the church, and the biblical God's Promises is structured around liturgical antiphons.
noise is a regression amounting to
The German language is completely antimusical
, I told Gambetti, thoroughly common and vulgar, and that's why our literature seems common and vulgar.
If you insist upon classifying My behavior as antimusical
, I, even lying, must argue That this is bossa nova.
Much the same thing could be said about the other elements of transgression, which I have termed "antimusical
," appearing in the piece.
Previous articles described the film as an 'antimusical