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Macross and The Descent of Man

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same species utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

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the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

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a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

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like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

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old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

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birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

Excerpts from How human language could have evolved from birdsong, a joint study between researchers at MIT and University of Tokyo.

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Macross and The Descent of Man

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same species utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

Macross Zero

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

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a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

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like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

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old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

Macross Zero

birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

Excerpts from How human language could have evolved from birdsong, a joint study between researchers at MIT and University of Tokyo.

Categories: .

Macross: The Descent of Man

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same species utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

Macross Zero

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

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a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

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like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

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old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

Macross Zero

birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

Categories: .

Macross: The Descent of Man

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same species utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

Macross Zero

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

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a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

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like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

Macross Zero

old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

Macross Zero

birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

Categories: .

Macross: The Descent of Man

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same species utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

Macross Zero

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

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old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

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birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

 

a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

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Song of Birds

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same spec
ies utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”

– Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

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between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression

old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions

birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

the researchers suggest that humans first had the ability to sing

Categories: .

Song of Birds

“The sounds uttered by birds offer in several respects the nearest analogy to language, for all the members of the same spec
ies utter the same instinctive cries expressive of their emotions; and all kinds which sing, exert their power instinctively…”

– Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

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[...] between 50,000 and 80,000 years ago, humans may have merged these two types of expression [...]

Old structures can change just a little bit, and acquire radically new functions.

[...] birds sing learned melodies with what Berwick calls a “holistic” structure; the entire song has one meaning

a nightingale may be able to recite from 100 to 200 different melodies

like birds, we also have a melodic capacity and an ability to recombine parts of our uttered language

Categories: .

Song of Birds

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Song of Birds

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Nodame Cantabile: Square One

Nodame 06 - via Garten

“It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate.”
- Henry David Thoreau

The sixth episode begins like a dream. This is where Nodame’s transformation truly begins. She has a sense of fleeting time and a realization that she cannot be alongside Chiaki in her current state, a realization brought on by Stresemann. In the same respect, Nodame can no longer be the mascot; the prelude is over. And we see how this is significant as the S-oke wills to disband.

Chiaki’s inspiration remains questionable. Through his self-concept we understand how his fate is still in tact: a desire to exercise his potential yet unable to leave Japan and follow his master. I find it fascinating how Chiaki slipped astutely back into his world. He acknowledges this very idea at the bar, and we even have Saiko willfully appearinig at his apartment. Yet somewhere inside is perspective and a sense of pride in the power of the most curious musicians, the S-oke.

As the motivating force, Kiyora’s talents extend beyond music. Her wish to establish a pro-am orchestra brings clarity to the atmosphere and revitalizes Chiaki. Only Kiyora, the concertmaster, is able to shift Chiaki. Mine and Nodame both lack the artistic poise to influence him despite sharing recent experiences. But all three – Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki – undoubtedly feel the impact left by Stresemann.

Afterthought

Her name, Miki Kiyora (三木 清良), offers an interesting point in the episode. Pure, skilled… Her ability to inspire Chiaki is reasonable. While 三木 (本 counter aside) is debatable. Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki could be a trio, but Kikuchi, Kuroki, and Chiaki could also be mi-ki… I find this poetic in a way.

Categories: Drama.

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Nodame Cantabile: Square One

Nodame 06 - via Garten

“It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate.”
- Henry David Thoreau

The sixth episode begins like a dream. This is where Nodame’s transformation truly begins. She has a sense of fleeting time and a realization that she cannot be alongside Chiaki in her current state, a realization brought on by Stresemann. In the same respect, Nodame can no longer be the mascot; the prelude is over. And we see how this is significant as the S-oke wills to disband.

Chiaki’s inspiration remains questionable. Through his self-concept we understand how his fate is still in tact: a desire to exercise his potential yet unable to leave Japan and follow his master. I find it fascinating how Chiaki slipped astutely back into his world. He acknowledges this very idea at the bar, and we even have Saiko willfully appearinig at his apartment. Yet somewhere inside is perspective and a sense of pride in the power of the most curious musicians, the S-oke.

As the motivating force, Kiyora’s talents extend beyond music. Her wish to establish a pro-am orchestra brings clarity to the atmosphere and revitalizes Chiaki. Only Kiyora, the concertmaster, is able to shift Chiaki. Mine and Nodame both lack the artistic poise to influence him despite sharing recent experiences. But all three – Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki – undoubtedly feel the impact left by Stresemann.

Afterthought

Her name, Miki Kiyora (三木 清良), offers an interesting point in the episode. Pure, skilled… Her ability to inspire Chiaki is reasonable. While 三木 (本 counter aside) is debatable. Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki could be a trio, but Kikuchi, Kuroki, and Chiaki could also be mi-ki… I find this poetic in a way.

Categories: .

Nodame Cantabile: Square One

Nodame 06 - via Garten

“It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate.”
- Henry David Thoreau

The sixth episode begins like a dream. This is where Nodame’s transformation truly begins. She has a sense of fleeting time and a realization that she cannot be alongside Chiaki in her current state, a realization brought on by Stresemann. In the same respect, Nodame can no longer be the mascot; the prelude is over. And we see how this is significant as the S-oke wills to disband.

Chiaki’s inspiration remains questionable. Through his self-concept we understand how his fate is still in tact: a desire to exercise his potential yet unable to leave Japan and follow his master. I find it fascinating how Chiaki slipped astutely back into his world. He acknowledges this very idea at the bar, and we even have Saiko willfully appearinig at his apartment. Yet somewhere inside is perspective and a sense of pride in the power of the most curious musicians, the S-oke.

As the motivating force, Kiyora’s talents extend beyond music. Her wish to establish a pro-am orchestra brings clarity to the atmosphere and revitalizes Chiaki. Only Kiyora, the concertmaster, is able to shift Chiaki. Mine and Nodame both lack the artistic poise to influence him despite sharing recent experiences. But all three – Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki – undoubtedly feel the impact left by Stresemann.

Afterthought

Her name, Miki Kiyora (三木 清良), offers an interesting point in the episode. Pure, skilled… Her ability to inspire Chiaki is reasonable. While 三木 (本 counter aside) is debatable. Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki could be a trio, but Kikuchi, Kuroki, and Chiaki could also be mi-ki… I find this poetic in a way.

Categories: .

Nodame Cantabile: Square One

Nodame 06 - via Garten

“It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate.”
- Henry David Thoreau

The sixth episode begins like a dream. This is where Nodame’s transformation truly begins. She has a sense of fleeting time and a realization that she cannot be alongside Chiaki in her current state, a realization brought on by Stresemann. In the same respect, Nodame can no longer be the mascot; the prelude is over. And we see how this is significant as the S-oke wills to disband.

Chiaki’s inspiration remains questionable. Through his self-concept we understand how his fate is still in tact: a desire to exercise his potential yet unable to leave Japan and follow his master. I find it fascinating how Chiaki slipped astutely back into his world. He acknowledges this very idea at the bar, and we even have Saiko willfully appearinig at his apartment. Yet somewhere inside is perspective and a sense of pride in the power of the most curious musicians, the S-oke.

As the motivating force, Kiyora’s talents extend beyond music. Her wish to establish a pro-am orchestra brings clarity to the atmosphere and revitalizes Chiaki. Only Kiyora, the concertmaster, is able to shift Chiaki. Mine and Nodame both lack the artistic poise to influence him despite sharing recent experiences. But all three – Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki – undoubtedly feel the impact left by Stresemann.

Afterthought

Her name, Miki Kiyora (三木 清良), offers an interesting point in the episode. Pure, skilled… Her ability to inspire Chiaki is reasonable. While 三木 (本 counter aside) is debatable. Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki could be a trio, but Kikuchi, Kuroki, and Chiaki could also be mi-ki… I find this poetic in a way.

Categories: .

Nodame Cantabile: Square One

Nodame 06 - via Garten

“It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate.”
- Henry David Thoreau

The sixth episode begins like a dream. This is where Nodame’s transformation truly begins. She has a sense of fleeting time and a realization that she cannot be alongside Chiaki in her current state, a realization brought on by Stresemann. In the same respect, Nodame can no longer be the mascot; the prelude is over. And we see how this is significant as the S-oke wills to disband.

Chiaki’s inspiration remains questionable. Through his self-concept we understand how his fate is still in tact: a desire to exercise his potential yet unable to leave Japan and follow his master. I find it fascinating how Chiaki slipped astutely back into his world. He acknowledges this very idea at the bar, and we even have Saiko willfully appearinig at his apartment. Yet somewhere inside is perspective and a sense of pride in the power of the most curious musicians, the S-oke.

As the motivating force, Kiyora’s talents extend beyond music. Her wish to establish a pro-am orchestra brings clarity to the atmosphere and revitalizes Chiaki. Only Kiyora, the concertmaster, is able to shift Chiaki. Mine and Nodame both lack the artistic poise to influence him despite sharing recent experiences. But all three – Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki – undoubtedly feel the impact left by Stresemann.

Afterthought

Her name, Miki Kiyora (三木 清良), offers an interesting point in the episode. Pure, skilled… Her ability to inspire Chiaki is reasonable. While 三木 (本 counter aside) is debatable. Mine, Nodame, and Chiaki could be a trio, but Kikuchi, Kuroki, and Chiaki could also be mi-ki… I find this poetic in a way.

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