|Paul Klee – Polyphonic Setting for White, 1930|
The title is appropriate, though the underlying (let's call it that) proposition is nonsense. Colors are not sounds.
But so what if the proposition is nonsense? Compare: if a child said, "White is my favorite color," would it be nonsense? And would correcting her always be appropriate?
Do you have to be a philosopher to consider these questions? Could anyone considering these questions, by virtue of the act of consideration, be deemed a "philosopher"?
And what does it mean to say, "These questions are important"?