You will be shown some cards with their faces down.
Select two of the cards by pressing mouse.
If both cards are the same, those cards will be removed. If they are different,
remember what is on the card so you can try again.
The game is over when you have matched all of the pairs and all the cards
Try to find the second card that matches the first. If the second
does not match, both cards return to a face down position.
If they do match, the cards are removed
to reveal part of the image hidden underneath.
Music, in many cultures is an aural art. The composer is also a performer and
the music is passed on to other composer/performers largely by means of an aural
tradition. In aural tradition, music is always experience in real time-that is,
the music must actually be performed to be learned or created.
In the Euro-American tradition, especially since the onset of printing and publishing,
the creation of music has been a written tradition. In this tradition, the music
is composed out of real time. This means that the composer, by reading the music,
can ponder and edit the music by converting visual images into sound images. The
process here is much like that of a writer or painter in that the editing need not
be in any order.