The message that is made about music is that it is multi-faceted and can be both pleasing and disturbing.
<h3>What is a Narration?</h3>
This refers to the storytelling that is made about someone or something, showing the sequence of events.
Hence, we can see that based on the given excerpt, there is the narration of music and how it can help one to find peace and also at the same time, loud and confidential which means that it has multiple facets.
M. Bermutier's explanation is not satisfactory because it does not reach a credible conclusion.
Although you haven't shown it, this question is about the short story "The Hand."
By reading this story, we can see that:
M. Bermutier is a judge who is trying to unravel the mysteries about a disembodied hand that is promoting crimes in the city.
The problem is that no one knows who is to blame for these crimes.
M. Bermutier, as a judge, begins to judge the cases through various pieces of evidence, but does not conclude who is the culprit, or even if this hand may be real.
He claims that this is not a supernatural situation, although he knows it is difficult to explain.
He continues to show evidence, but the culprit for the crimes and the explanation of the hand is never presented.
In this case, although his explanation shows that the crimes are not being supernaturally caused, he does not explain what the disembodied hand is or even if this hand may exist. For this reason, his explanation is not satisfactory.