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Chordology and Americanism.

Postby Ultimate Philosophy 1001 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:01 pm

The American chord is the sus chord. Thus, more sus = more American ism.

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The sus equals a perfect fourth = harmony. It also includes open space = freedom. It also includes tension, but the tension is not a half step, but a whole step= therefore it is honest and good.

This represents entrepreneurship, the tension of starting a new company in the open field, as an honest enterprise, eventually turning into harmony, a perfect fourth, and relief, as the business takes hold and the machines create fruits.

America has been corrupted by European interests and banks. Europe is the land of slavery. Their citizens were never free and are still not free. Their music is represented by minor chords and triad chords. These chords have neither tension nor freedom. The triad chords are evil sounding and often associated with royalty. Triad chords are equidistant, equaling socialism and lack of PHT.

Imagine a video showing government survilliance and CCTV cameras watching citizens. You could not have sus chords or patriotic american sounding music in the background, because such things are mentally dissonant to unfreedom.
Sus chords fit well with do it yourself science kits or racing or home improvement videos.

America is not america anymore, instead it is more like Europe. THe sus is no longer with US. (Sus includes the us. Coincidence?)

African music is mostly drums, indicative of their primal nature.

European music is also deliberately paced, in concordance with their tendency to tiptoe. For instance, manners are praised over there over morals, so people must be very careful. Thus, royal music often has a tip-toe-y pace.
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