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Sure There Is Music Even In The Beauty, And The Silent Note Which Cupid Strikes, Far Sweeter Than The Sound Of An Instrument. For There Is Music Wherever There Is Harmony, Order And Proportion; And Thus Far We May Maintain The Music Of The Spheres; For Those Well Ordered Motions, And Regular Paces, Though They Give No Sound Unto The Ear, Yet To The Understanding They Strike A Note Most Full Of Harmony.
~ Sir Thomas Browne
Without Music Life Would Be A Mistake.
~ Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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
I Write Music With An Exclamation Point.
~ Richard Wagne
He Who Joyfully Marches To Music In Rank And File Has Already Earned My Contempt. He Has Been Given A Large Brain By Mistake, Since For Him The Spinal Cord Would Fully Suffice. This Disgrace To Civilization Should Be Done Away With At Once. Heroism At Command, Senseless Brutality, Deplorable Patriotism, How Violently I Hate All This, How Despicable And Ignoble War Is; I Would Rather Be Torn To Shreds Than Be Part Of So Base An Action! It Is My Conviction That Killing Under The Cloak Of War Is Nothing But An Act Of Murder.
~ Albert Einstein
Too Many Pieces Of Music Finish Too Long After The End.
~ Igor Stravinsky
There Is Pleasure In The Pathless Woods, There Is Rapture In The Lonely Shore, There Is Society Where None Intrudes, By The Deep Sea, And Music In Its Roar I Love Not Man The Less, But Nature More.
~ George Gordon Byron
The Music At A Wedding Procession Always Reminds Me Of The Music Of Soldiers Going Into Battle.
~ Heinrich Heine
There Is No Law Against Composing Music When One Has No Ideas Whatsoever. The Music Of Wagner, Therefore, Is Perfectly Legal.
~ The National, Paris, 1850
Classical Music Is The Kind We Keep Thinking Will Turn Into A Tune.
~ Kin Hubbard
My Music Is Best Understood By Children And Animals.
~ Igor Stravinsky, In Observer 8 Oct. 1961
How Good Bad Music And Bad Reasons Sound When One Marches Against An Enemy!
~ Friedrich Nietzsche
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