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No One Imagines That A Symphony Is Supposed To Improve In Quality As It Goes Along, Or That The Whole Object Of Playing It Is To Reach The Finale. The Point Of Music Is Discovered In Every Moment Of Playing And Listening To It. It Is The Same, I Feel, With The Greater Part Of Our Lives, And If We Are Unduly Absorbed In Improving Them We May Forget Altogether To Live Them.
~ Alan B. Watts
If A Man Is Called To Be A Streetsweeper, He Should Sweep Streets Even As Michelangelo Painted Or Beethoven Composed Music Or Shakespeare Wrote Poetry. He Should Sweep Streets So Well That All The Hosts Of Heaven And Earth Will Pause And Say, Here Lived A Great Streetsweeper Who Did His Job Well.
~ Martin Luther King Jr
The Music Business Was Not Safe, But It Was FUN. It Was Like Falling In Love With A Woman You Know Is Bad For You, But You Love Every Minute With Her, Anyway.
~ Lionel Richie
Develop Interest In Life As You See It In People, Things, Literature, Music - The World Is So Rich, Simply Throbbing With Rich Treasures, Beautiful Souls And Interesting People. Forget Yourself.
~ Henry Mille
Too Many Pieces Of Music Finish Too Long After The End.
~ Igor Stravinsky
Music And Silence Combine Strongly Because Music Is Done With Silence, And Silence Is Full Of Music.
~ Marcel Marceau
Of All The Music That Reached Farthest Into Heaven, It Is The Beating Of A Loving Heart.
~ Henry Ward Beeche
There Is Nothing More Notable In Socrates Than That He Found Time, When He Was An Old Man, To Learn Music And Dancing, And Thought It Time Well Spent.
~ Michel de Montaigne
The Music At A Wedding Procession Always Reminds Me Of The Music Of Soldiers Going Into Battle.
~ Heinrich Heine
We Are The Music Makers, And We Are The Dreamers Of Dreams.
~ Roald Dahl
The Human Language Is Like A Cracked Kettle On Which We Beat Out A Tune For A Dancing Bear, When We Hope With Our Music To Move The Stars.
~ Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary
Without Music Life Would Be A Mistake.
~ Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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