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Whatever we feel from instrumental Music is an original, and not a sympathetic feeling: it is our own gaiety, sedateness, or melancholy; not the reflected disposition of another person.
In fact, this space contrasts not only meaningfully with the white church sequence as a contrast in wealth and sedateness versus poverty and "soulfulness," but also contrasts even more significantly with the other black spaces: the night club, the ghettoized streets (including those around the church itself), and the home of Nina.
The title of his recent exhibition, "The Character of the Equation," suggests the mathematical basis of the work, the predetermination that contributes to its sedateness.
The strokemaker has been forced to abandon aggression for sedateness.
Indeed, there was an air of sedateness about proceedings that was never going to last.