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Quotes On Music

  [Playing the cello] should 60654.html 

[Playing the cello] should be like singing to yourself. ‹ Matislav Rostropovich

  A painter paints his 27546.html 

A painter paints his pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on s

  A song is a 31733.html 

A song is a lot like a handshake. You have to stick it out and see if anybody gr

  A symphony must be 32508.html 

A symphony must be like the world. It must contain everything. ‹ Gustav Mahler

  A synthesizer is like 33415.html 

A synthesizer is like an acoustic mirror - it can tell what kind of person you a

  A little boy who 36506.html 

A little boy who loved music was bitterly disappointed because he could neither

  A work of art 41873.html 

A work of art does not answer questions, it provokes them; and its essential mea

  A jazz musician is 43020.html 

A jazz musician is a juggler who uses harmonies instead of oranges. ‹ Benny Gree

  A nation creates music. 55664.html 

A nation creates music. A composer arranges it. ‹ Mikhail Glinka

  Albert Einstein played the 63106.html 

Albert Einstein played the violin with some enthusiasm. He once played for Grego

  All art constantly aspires 14566.html 

All art constantly aspires towards the condition of music. ‹ Walter Pater

  All men must fear 21596.html 

All men must fear death, only the artist fears him not. He will move future gene

  All things shall perish 49175.html 

All things shall perish from under the sky. Music alone shall live, never to die

  Always ask why you're 25309.html 

Always ask why you're doing anything. Be kind, especially if you have a gift. Be

  Art was not created 6597.html 

Art was not created as a way to riches. Strive to become a true artist; all else

  Art is the perpetual 13288.html 

Art is the perpetual motion of illusion. The highest purpose of art is to inspir

  Art is the triumph 13872.html 

Art is the triumph over chaos. ‹ John Cheever

  Art and truth have 52796.html 

Art and truth have celebrated their greatest victory in music. ‹ Vienna critic

  Art demands of us 65013.html 

Art demands of us that we shall not stand still. ‹ Ludwig van Beethoven

  As for my musical 25754.html 

As for my musical philosophy, I've always written music the way I felt it. I wri

  Atoms are multiple combinations 3880.html 

Atoms are multiple combinations of atomoles, and they also exist in solid, li

  Bach opens a vista 16893.html 

Bach opens a vista to the universe. After experiencing him, people feel there is

  Beauty in music is 50105.html 

Beauty in music is too often confused with something that lets the ear lie back

  Because I am a 12221.html 

Because I am a storyteller I live by words. Perhaps music is a purer art form. I

  Before the Industrial Revolution, 29566.html 

Before the Industrial Revolution, work was often wedding to song, for the rhythm

  Bop was based on 30644.html 

Bop was based on a seventeen-note chromatic scale, which presented a problem as

  But oh, what art 53642.html 

But oh, what art can teach, What human voice can reach The sacred organ¹s praise

  Chaos is a friend 13690.html 

Chaos is a friend of mine. ‹ Bob Dylan

  Classical music is the 33748.html 

Classical music is the kind that we keep hoping will turn into a tune. ‹ Kin Hub

  Composers are the nearest 29890.html 

Composers are the nearest to doing what I'm trying to do. To express the inexpre

  Composers shouldn't think too 35658.html 

Composers shouldn't think too much‹it interferes with their plagiarism. ‹ Howard

  Composers should write tunes 56441.html 

Composers should write tunes that chauffeurs and errand boys can whistle. ‹ Sir

  Composing is like driving 40896.html 

Composing is like driving down a foggy road toward a house. Slowly you see more

  Composing is a 9 63799.html 

Composing is a 9 to 5 job ... 9 A.M. to 5 A.M. ! ‹ Alf Clausen

  Conducting is a real 57650.html 

Conducting is a real sport. You can never guarantee what the results are going t

  Conductors must give unmistakable 26806.html 

Conductors must give unmistakable and suggestive signals to the orchestra‹not ch

  Critics can¹t even make 39256.html 

Critics can¹t even make music by rubbing their back legs together. ‹ Mel Brooks

  Critics always wish to 52998.html 

Critics always wish to know what the composer cannot tell them. ‹ Robert Schuman

  Curran¹s favorite mode of 22134.html 

Curran¹s favorite mode of mediation was with his violin in his hand; for hours t

  Did you know that 57059.html 

Did you know that Mozart had no arms and no legs? I've seen statues of him on pe

  Don't try to join 28451.html 

Don't try to join the "hit parade." ‹ Pete Seeger

  Don't tap your foot‹it 31324.html 

Don't tap your foot‹it makes your arms get tired. (to his bass player) ‹ Theloni

  Drums are great for 67423.html 

Drums are great for building self-esteem. ‹ Anonymous

  Either heaven or hell 25957.html 

Either heaven or hell will have continuous background music. Which one you think

  Every composer knows the 41199.html 

Every composer knows the anguish and despair occasioned by forgetting ideas whic

  Everything is music for 15282.html 

Everything is music for the born musician. Everything that throbs, or moves or s

  First you go out 30057.html 

First you go out and buy a stick‹it's called a baton‹about this long. Then you g

  For the past eighty 24599.html 

For the past eighty years I have started each day in the same manner. It is not

  For among all peoples 49499.html 

For among all peoples upon the earth, singers are entitled to be cherished, sinc

  Genius is an overused 42339.html 

Genius is an overused word. The world has known only about a half a dozen genius

  Genius is talent in 45925.html 

Genius is talent in which character makes itself heard. ‹ Ludwig Wittgenstein

  Give me the best 38789.html 

Give me the best instrument in Europe, but listeners who understand nothing or d

  Good art is nothing 46117.html 

Good art is nothing more than infinite patience. ‹ William Wallace Kimball

  Had Mozart (or for 19243.html 

Had Mozart (or for that matter Beethoven) been living today, I doubt very much w

  Handel is the greatest 52293.html 

Handel is the greatest composer that ever lived. ‹ Beethoven

  He has Van Gogh¹s 64634.html 

He has Van Gogh¹s ear for music. ‹ Orson Welles

  Here will we sit, 51861.html 

Here will we sit, and let the sound of music creep in our ears; soft stillness a

  I would rather play 6222.html 

I would rather play Chiquita Banana and have my swimming pool than play Bach and

  I don¹t think one 10956.html 

I don¹t think one can persuade anybody to listen to music, go to a museum, or re

  I despise a world 11097.html 

I despise a world which does not feel that music ia a higher revelation than all

  I believe in God, 21013.html 

I believe in God, Mozart and Beethoven. ‹ Richard Wagner

  I know that twelve 23042.html 

I know that twelve notes in each octave and the varieties of rhythm offer me opp

  I occasionally play works 40063.html 

I occasionally play works by contemporary composers for two reasons. First, to d

  I never use a 41628.html 

I never use a score when conducting my orchestra ... Does a lion tamer enter a c

  I remember loving sound 48326.html 

I remember loving sound before I ever took a music lesson. And so we make our li

  I will sing to 48544.html 

I will sing to the Lord all my life, make music to my God while I live. ‹ Psalm

  I live for music, 53807.html 

I live for music, and the enjoyment of life. ‹ Arthur Fiedler

  I wished to take 54206.html 

I wished to take as my target all those who seek the middle road, for it is the

  I think of music 60684.html 

I think of music as a menu. I can't eat the same thing every day. ‹ Carlos Santa

  I must confess that 65346.html 

I must confess that I live a miserable life ... I live entirely in my music. ‹ L

  I have two answers 65986.html 

I have two answers to everything and one answer to nothing. ‹ Leonard Bernstein

  I was obliged to 68154.html 

I was obliged to work hard. Whoever is equally industrious will succeed just as

  I¹ll play it first 43689.html 

I¹ll play it first and tell you what it is later. ‹ Miles Davis

  I¹m convinced that 14246.html 

... I¹m convinced that in a healthy society, artistic norms should be constantly

  I¹m not kidding myself. 45320.html 

I¹m not kidding myself. My voice is just an ordinary voice. What people come to

  I¹m an experienced old 50895.html 

I¹m an experienced old musician and ought to be able to play at sight. ‹ Franz L

  I¹ve never heard such 18945.html 

I¹ve never heard such corny lyrics, such simpering sentimentality, such repetiti

  I¹ve come to the 66463.html 

I¹ve come to the conclusion that I must have a very clever subconscious. ‹ Benja

  I'm not in love 57256.html 

I'm not in love with music. You've got a play around with it or it gets to be a

  I've never known a 61458.html 

I've never known a musician who regretted being one. Whatever deceptions life ma

  if the horn players 56144.html 

...if the horn players get to go to outer space, why do the string players got t

  If I had my 24545.html 

If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetr

  If you want to 26204.html 

If you want to please only the critics, don't play too loud, too soft, too fast,

  If we were all 28672.html 

If we were all determined to play the first violin we should never have a full e

  If you think you're 32033.html 

If you think you're boring your audience, go slower not faster. ‹ Gustav Mahler

  If one hears bad 38942.html 

If one hears bad music it is one¹s duty to drown it by one¹s conversation. ‹ Osc

  If a young man 40271.html 

If a young man at the age of twenty-three can write a symphony like that, in fiv

  If you¹re going to 43271.html 

If you¹re going to play good jazz, you¹ve got to have a plan of what¹s going to

  In art, and in 8821.html 

In art, and in the higher ranges of science, there is a feeling of harmony which

  In music one must 27044.html 

In music one must think with the heart and feel with the brain. ‹ George Szell

  In the pure state, 27331.html 

In the pure state, music is free speculation. ‹ Igor Stravinsky

  In order to compose, 29075.html 

In order to compose, all you need to do is remember a tune that nobody else has

  In opera, there is 42774.html 

In opera, there is always too much singing. ‹ Claude Debussy

  In music the passions, 47671.html 

In music the passions, whether violent or not, should never be so expressed as t

  It is as if 51548.html 

It is as if Bach felt only one impulse, to express what he already found in exis

  It is clear that 66826.html 

It is clear that the first specification for a composer is to be dead. ‹ Arthur

  Jazz is the art 38332.html 

Jazz is the art of the fancy comeback. ‹ Bruce Broughton

  Jazz will be the 50533.html 

Jazz will be the classical music of the future. ‹ Dizzy Gillespie

  Jazz is the result 64489.html 

Jazz is the result of energy stored up in America. ‹ George Gershwin

  Joy is more joyful 19952.html 

Joy is more joyful given a tune. ‹ Jane Swan

  Keep an eye on 39641.html 

Keep an eye on that young man, someday he will make a big splash in the world. ‹

  Knowledge is not skill. 46495.html 

Knowledge is not skill. Knowledge plus 10,000 times is skill. ‹ Shinichi Suzuki

  Last year more Americans 7248.html 

Last year more Americans went to symphonies than went to baseball games. This ma

  Lean your body forward 28272.html 

Lean your body forward slightly to support the guitar against your chest, for th

  Let no one imagine 37933.html 

Let no one imagine that in owning a record he has the music. The very practice o

  Let your deafness no 65753.html 

Let your deafness no longer be a secret - even in art. ‹ Ludwig van Beethoven

  Life is a shipwreck 63493.html 

Life is a shipwreck but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats. ‹ Voltaire

  Like no composer in 39746.html 

Like no composer in history, Bach has been so widely jazzed up, watered down, el

  Listen, kid, take my 44400.html 

Listen, kid, take my advice. Never hate a song that has sold a half-million copi

  Man will begin to 8640.html 

Man will begin to recover the moment he takes art as seriously as physics, chemi

  Most people use music 5719.html 

Most people use music as a couch; they want to be pillowed on it, relaxed and co

  Most people rather think 10227.html 

Most people rather think of music as an art. But in reality music partakes of bo

  Movie music is noise. 44161.html 

Movie music is noise. It¹s even more painful than my sciatica. ‹ Sir Thomas Beec

  Mozart makes you believe 21441.html 

Mozart makes you believe in God - much more than going to church - because it ca

  Music hath charms to 4742.html 

Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast, but I¹d try a revolver first. ‹ Jo

  Music hath charms to 5011.html 

Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast. ‹ James Bramston

  Music has brought me 5354.html 

Music has brought me some of the highest moments of my life. I don¹t even hear t

  Music should strike fire 5424.html 

Music should strike fire from the heart of man and bring tears to the eyes of wo

  Music is love in 7024.html 

Music is love in search of a word. ‹ Sidney Lanier

  Music is essentially useless, 10484.html 

Music is essentially useless, as life is. ‹ George Santayana

  Music rots when it 12639.html 

Music rots when it gets to far from dance. Poetry atrophies when it gets too far

  Music is well said 13010.html 

Music is well said to be the speech of angels. ‹ Thomas Caryle

  Music is indivisible. The 14822.html 

Music is indivisible. The dualism of feeling and thinking must be resolved to a

  Music washes away from 15056.html 

Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. ‹ Berthold Auerbach

  Music is the only 15590.html 

Music is the only innocent and unpunished passion. ‹ Sydney Smith

  Music is the medicine 15848.html 

Music is the medicine of the mind. ‹ John Logan

  Music produces a kind 16445.html 

Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without. ‹ Confuc

  Music hath charms to 16909.html 

Music hath charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted o

  Music is the universal 17387.html 

Music is the universal language of mankind. ‹ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

  Music is the only 17422.html 

Music is the only means whereby we feel emotions in their universality. ‹ H.A. O

  Music binds us together 17874.html 

Music binds us together with invisible threads. ‹ Pam Brown

  Music may achieve the 17984.html 

Music may achieve the highest of all missions: she may be a bond between nations

  Music expresses that which 18293.html 

Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be si

  Music creates for one 18913.html 

Music creates for one a part of which one has been ignorant and fills one with a

  Music is the only 20076.html 

Music is the only language in which you cannot say a mean or sarcastic thing. ‹

  Music is the voice 20723.html 

Music is the voice that tells us that the human race is greater than it knows. ‹

  Music is the voice 22289.html 

Music is the voice of all sorrow, all joy. It needs no translation. ‹ Helen Exle

  Music is the shorthand 22622.html 

Music is the shorthand of emotion. Emotions which let themselves be described in

  Music is the fourth 24307.html 

Music is the fourth great material want of our natures - first food, then rainme

  Music is the human 32583.html 

Music is the human treatment of sounds. ‹ Jean-Michel Jarre

  Music might be defined 36230.html 

Music might be defined as a system of proportions in the service of a spiritual

  Music rises from the 36716.html 

Music rises from the human heart. When the emotions are touched, they are expres

  Music ... the favorite 47608.html 

Music ... the favorite passion of my soul. ‹ Thomas Jefferson

  Music is thus in 54611.html 

Music is thus in her health The teacher of perfect order.. ‹ John Ruskin

  Music is inspiration and 57997.html 

Music is inspiration and information. You can never have too much of it around t

  Music creates order out 59191.html 

Music creates order out of chaos. ‹ Yehudi Menuhin

  Music is your own 59750.html 

Music is your own experience, your thoughts, your wisdom. If you don't live it,

  Music is a moral 59942.html 

Music is a moral law. It is the essence of order and leads to all that is good,

  Music is not an 60954.html 

Music is not an acquired culture... it is an active part of life. ‹ Isaac Stern

  Music is the voice 62700.html 

Music is the voice of all humanity, of whatever time or place. In its presence w

  Music is ... a 62779.html 

Music is ... a labyrinth with no beginning and no end, full of new paths to disc

  Music should be a 66240.html 

Music should be a collective magic and hysteria. ‹ Pierre Boulez

  Music is a safe 67285.html 

Music is a safe kind of high. ‹ Jimi Hendrix

  Music! What a splendid 51265.html 

Music! What a splendid art, but a weary profession. ‹ Georges Bizet

  Music, of all the 10581.html 

Music, of all the arts, stands in a special region, unlit by any star but its ow

  Music, the mosaic of 16086.html 

Music, the mosaic of the air. ‹ Andrew Marvell

  Music, when soft voices 48050.html 

Music, when soft voices die, vibrates in the memory. ‹ Percy Bysshe Shelley

  Music, the mosaic of 52509.html 

Music, the mosaic of the air, Did of all these a solemn noise prepare, With wh

  Music... can name the 56758.html 

Music... can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable (The Unanswered

  Never did Mozart write 48933.html 

Never did Mozart write for eternity, and it is for precisely this reason that mu

  Never play a thing 56052.html 

Never play a thing the same way twice. ‹ Louis Armstrong

  Never make it perfect. 58253.html 

Never make it perfect. ‹ Bob Dylan

  Never look at the 61202.html 

Never look at the brass ... it only encourages them. ‹ Richard Strauss

  No man is complete 59059.html 

No man is complete without feeling for music and an understanding of what it can

  Obviously, we cannot come 11908.html 

Obviously, we cannot come too early to music. And those who come too late suffer

  Only become a musician 6812.html 

Only become a musician if there is absolutely no other way you can make a living

  Only when I was 42700.html 

Only when I was singing did I feel loved. ‹ Maria Callas

  Or bid the soul 54428.html 

Or bid the soul of Orpheus sing Such notes as, warbled on the string. Drew iron

  Our music is just 30908.html 

Our music is just a bunch of well-placed mistakes. ‹ Pet Shop Boys

  People compose for many 40525.html 

People compose for many reasons ; to become immortal; because the pianoforte hap

  People think the Beatles 44965.html 

People think the Beatles know what¹s going on. We don¹t. We¹re just doing it. ‹

  Piano playing is more 7578.html 

Piano playing is more difficult than statesmanship. It is harder to wake emotion

  Piping down the valleys 49895.html 

Piping down the valleys wild. Piping songs of pleasant glee. ‹ William Blake

  Playing the violin must 27726.html 

Playing the violin must be like making love‹all or nothing. ‹ Isaac Stern

  Pop is the perfect 44618.html 

Pop is the perfect religious vehicle. It¹s as if God has come down to earth and

  Popular music is popular 65035.html 

Popular music is popular because a lot of people like it. ‹ Irving Berlin

  Rock and Roll is 35015.html 

Rock and Roll is instant coffee. ‹ Bob Geldof

  Rock music sounds like 35210.html 

Rock music sounds like an octopus making love to a bagpipe. ‹ Dave Gardner

  Schoenberg said I would 66802.html 

Schoenberg said I would never be able to compose, because I had no ear for music

  Smetana mistakenly showed up 31179.html 

Smetana mistakenly showed up at a theater across the street from the one in whic

  So to live is 53468.html 

So to live is heaven; to make undying music in the world. ‹ George Eliot

  Sometimes you have to 36000.html 

Sometimes you have to play a long time to be able to play like yourself. ‹ Miles

  Songs are sneaky 7857.html 

... Songs are sneaky things. They can slip across borders. Proliferate in prison

  Soul is when you 43906.html 

Soul is when you can take a song and make it a part of you - a part that¹s so tr

  Sounds mean nothing without 34443.html 

Sounds mean nothing without music. ‹ Jerry Goldsmith

  Talents are best nurtured 45761.html 

Talents are best nurtured in solitude; character is best formed in the stormy bi

  The musical experience needs 4547.html 

The musical experience needs three human beings at least. It requires a composer

  The history of a 7954.html 

The history of a people is found in its songs. ‹ George Jellenik

  The language of tones 12539.html 

The language of tones belongs equally to all mankind, and melody is the absolute

  The essence of all 13469.html 

The essence of all art is having pleasure giving pleasure. ‹ Mikail Baryshnikov

  The man that hath 20865.html 

The man that hath no music in himself, nor is mov¹d with concord of sweet sounds

  The very existence of 22937.html 

The very existence of music is wonderful, I might even say miraculous. its domai

  The most perfect expression 26569.html 

The most perfect expression of human behavior is a string quartet. ‹ Jeffrey Tat

  The profession I am 28138.html 

The profession I am in is a very simple one and a very cruel one - there is no w

  The predominant sound we 31768.html 

The predominant sound we heard as we developed in the womb was our mother's hear

  The chief trouble with 33909.html 

The chief trouble with jazz is that there is not enough of it; some of it we hav

  The spiritual fulfillment of 34724.html 

The spiritual fulfillment of a man depends on how he is able to project himself

  The heart of a 37526.html 

The heart of a melody can never be put down on paper. ‹ Pablo Casals

  The function of pop 38570.html 

The function of pop music is to be consumed. ‹ Pierre Boulez

  The wise musicians are 58400.html 

The wise musicians are those who play what they can master. ‹ Duke Ellington

  The drive to create, 58709.html 

The drive to create, perform and reproduce music is common to all mankind. A dri

  The conductor is there... 60189.html 

The conductor is there... first of all for the oversimplified reason of just bei

  The purpose of music 61945.html 

The purpose of music is to draw towards a total exaltation in which the individu

  The musical experience needs 68507.html 

The musical experience needs three human beings at least. It requires a composer

  There is nothing more 11669.html 

There is nothing more difficult than talking about music. ‹ Camille Saint-Saëns

  There is always music 16189.html 

There is always music in the garden, if only we have ears to hear it. ‹ Unknown

  There is something very 18485.html 

There is something very wonderful in music. Words are wonderful enough; but musi

  There is a bad 32950.html 

There is a bad image about electronic music. In the minds of many people it mean

  There are still so 41322.html 

There are still so many beautiful things to be said in C major. ‹ Sergei Prokofi

  There is nothing to 47018.html 

There is nothing to it. You only have to hit the right note at the right time, a

  There is no truer 47301.html 

There is no truer truth obtainable by man than comes of music. ‹ Robert Browning

  There are no wrong 59501.html 

There are no wrong notes. ‹ Thelonious Monk

  There are two golden 68048.html 

There are two golden rules for an orchestra: start together and finish together.

  There¹s only one woman 42032.html 

There¹s only one woman I know of who could never be a symphony conductor, and th

  Through music we may 24058.html 

Through music we may wander where we will in time, and find friends in every cen

  To some it is 52187.html 

To some it is Napoleon, to some it is Alexander ... to me it is Allegro con brio

  To follow in Beethoven¹s 55038.html 

To follow in Beethoven¹s footsteps transcends one¹s strength. ‹ Johannes Brahms

  To listen is an 55448.html 

To listen is an effort, and just to hear is no merit. A duck hears also. ‹ Igor

  To keep young, every 62165.html 

To keep young, every day read a poem, hear a choice piece of music, view a fine

  To be a successful, 67824.html 

To be a successful, good musician takes a lot of skill, a lot of hard work and s

  Want to be a 25018.html 

Want to be a composer? ... If you can think design, you can execute design‹it's

  Was it a vision, 50270.html 

Was it a vision, or a waking dream? Fled is that music: Do I wake or sleep? ‹ Jo

  We listen to great 21891.html 

We listen to great music and know that all our joys and sorrows are part of some

  We know an age 23776.html 

We know an age more vividly through its music than it historians. ‹ Rosanne Ambr

  We always knew something 45106.html 

We always knew something would happen sooner or later We always had this blind B

  We are the music-makers, 50973.html 

We are the music-makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams. ‹ A.W. O¹Shaughnessy

  What¹s money? A man 5915.html 

What¹s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and gets to bed at

  When a piece gets 29288.html 

When a piece gets difficult, makes faces. ‹ Arthur Schnabel

  When Beethoven went deaf, 36934.html 

When Beethoven went deaf, the mynah bird just used to mime. ‹ Graham Chapman

  When we separate music 37820.html 

When we separate music from life we get art. ‹ John Cage

  When music fails to 57545.html 

When music fails to agree to the ear, to soothe the ear and the heart and the se

  When I hear music, 62298.html 

When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am relat

  Where words leave off 20475.html 

Where words leave off music begins. ‹ Heinrich Heine

  Where the heart doesn 55282.html 

Where the heart doesn not enter; there can be no music. ‹ Peter Tchaikovsky

  Who is there that 64093.html 

Who is there that in logical words can express the effect music has on us? Music

  Why speak of time 23432.html 

Why speak of time travel? We have a tried and proven method with us. Music moves

  Why hurry over beautiful 46790.html 

Why hurry over beautiful things? Why not linger and enjoy them? ‹ Clara Schumann

  Without music, life would 11323.html 

Without music, life would be a mistake ... I would only believe in a God that kn

  You can't hear me? 25452.html 

You can't hear me? Read my lips! ‹ Stevie Wonder

  You should never trust 33187.html 

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