|Re: no to dinner music||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Michael Donovan (editoreventsnews.com)|
|Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 17:33:57 -0700 (MST)|
It is interesting to see the various reactions to this issue. It certainly seems to be a matter of personal taste more than anything. However, it occurs to me that what we are talking about-music in a dining area with large numbers of people-already happens in many fine restaurants. Usually with larger numbers of people than even the largest cohousing communities, frequently with taped or live music "backgrounds," and without the noise level that concerns most diners. It seems that it is not a problem there and I wonder why. Is the acoustical control more sophisticated than cohousers can afford? Do linen tablecloths (not typically found in cohousing) act as a sound dampener? Or do people talk differently in fine restaurants than we do around friends in a more casual setting? [see Sandelin's note] Just wondering. Michael Donovan Village in the City St. Louis MO
RE: No to dinner music Rowenahc, December 8 2000
- Re: no to dinner music Michael Donovan, December 8 2000
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