''Music lacking music, is not music'' - Allyssa Gallacher.
Today in music class, my best friend stated this quote, and it got me thinking. I realise that there is valid questionning behind this. Having no sound, can it really be considered actual music? If this is the question that's being raised, would it be fair to say that a capella is not music?
I believe that music should leave an impression on you. How are you supposed to lose yourself in the music when there's no escape? I think that even when there is no sound, it still can be music. But if you're just taping a pencil against a desk, it's not. I believe it's all the way you interpret it. :)