عنوان مقاله [English]
Man created art to use it as a means to express his sentiment and convey it to others. Along with this, according to theories and the views of philosophers, the aesthetic and its achievement, which is the sublime state, has always been the main concern of an intelligent man. Human has also been interested to know how to think beautifully and observe the beauties while re-creating them with the help of creativity and techniques.
Visual arts and architecture have been a manifestation of man's imagination in artistic creation. Apart from them, music is the only abstract phenomenon that does not rely on visual aspects and preliminary perception. Consequently, it turns to be a mystic phenomenon in which having secondary knowledge for its appreciation, is a necessity. Naturally, by its structural features, music may seem to be adaptable to other phenomena which have a kind of engineering in their scheme, but with a deeper observation, we would understand that such adaption is heterogeneous. This study attempts to provide a critical review and analysis of the structure and content of an interdisciplinary article on architecture and music, which tries to bring these two arts together by overlapping specific examples and connect form and content. In doing so, it has given more priority to the emotional aspect than scientific and academic research. This has resulted in gross faults in explaining the theoretical foundations and verification of the aforementioned evidence has reduced the credibility and reputation of the article.
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