Noise becomes meaningful only within an environment one lives in and understands. Evocative noise is expressed in a myriad of ways, one being music, the voice of eloquent sounds.
In this short essay it is the nature and significance of such meaningful sounds and creative eloquence that philosopher Peter Serracino Inglott and composer Charles Camilleri explore.
Written almost forty years ago, this writing continues to retain a freshness which can be detected today as it was when it was produced. Indeed, it commands a contemporary intensity of interest as much as its arguments an intact sparkle for conversation and debate.
This is the first time Serracino Inglott and Camilleri are being published since passing away.