It's interesting to see a couple of involved musos visualising music.
Originally Posted by Doc W
I'm very fond of music, although not a player. I would not listen to music in the darkroom, but certainly in performance and via the CD player, where concentration is required.
Synaesthesia may not be rare in non-visual arts; Scriabin in music and Nabokov in literature were afflicted (?) in a similar manner.
I understand that Ansell Adams was a pianist, perhaps he will offer his thoughts from beyond the grave.
"After a long session, I often play some music"
In my case today, alas via CD, Rautavaara's 7th and 8th Symphonies, highly recommended.
Regards - Ross