1. Good music can neither be created, nor destroyed.
All the good music already exists. It does not matter how
many hours you spend at the keyboard trying to come up with something
new. All of your efforts are in vain.
2. The degree of disorganization in music increases to a maximum.
From now on, all music will be increasingly cacophonous. Any
new musical instrument that is created will be even more frightening,
unsettling, and disgusting than all preceding instruments.
3. As the tempo of music approaches absolute zero, the entropy of the
audience approaches a constant…
…a constant series of coughs, sneezes, shoulder
tappings, murmurings, and other general unpleasantness. No
interlude shall go unspoiled.