music never sleeps...

Philip Glass | The Photographer: Eadweard Muybridge

Irving J. Massey points out that "music is the only faculty is not altered by the dream environment, whereas action, character, visual elements and language may all be modified or distorted in dreams." More specifically, he writes, "music in dream does not become fragmented, chaotic or incoherent, neither does it decay as rapidly as do the other components of dreams on our awakening."
Massey concludes that "Music in dreams then is the same as music in our waking life... One might say that music never sleeps..."

Oliver Sacks, in Awake and Asleep: Musical Dreams - Musicophilia

BBC | The Weird World of Eadweard Muybridge

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