The story “Starosvetskie landlords” by Russian writer Nicolai Gogol, have lines indicating his understanding of the harmony of noise at that time:
“But the most remarkable in the house – were singing doors. As soon as morning would begin, the door singing distributed throughout the home.

I can not say why they would sing: whether corroded hinges were the cause of it, or the mechanic just handled doors concealed a secret inside them, but the remarkable fact is, that each door had its unique voice: a leading door into the bedroom sang the thinnest descant; the door of dining room wheeze with deep-voices, but the one which was in the hay, issued some strange and raspy moaning sound, so when one would listen attentively he could hear very clearly: father, I’m in freezing! “

And further Gogol writes:
“I know that many people do not like this sound, but I do, and if I happen to hear the scratch of doors … God, what a long chain of remembrances comes to my mind » I wonder what, Gogol would say if he listens to modern examples art of noise?

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