All music created or composed demands some exteriorization for the perception of the listener.
A word, finally, as to the phenomena of "exteriorization of sensibility," to which reference was made in the last paragraph.
Is it connected with the phenomena of exteriorization of sensitivity or motivity?
exteriorize ex·te·ri·or·ize (ĭk-stēr'ē-ə-rīz')
v. ex·te·ri·or·ized, ex·te·ri·or·iz·ing, ex·te·ri·or·iz·es
To turn outward; externalize.
To direct a patient's interest, thoughts, or feelings into a channel leading outside himself or herself.
To expose an internal organ temporarily for observation, or permanently for physiological experiment or surgery.