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Hell Is Full Of Musical Amateurs Music Is The Brandy Of The Damned.
~ George Bernard Shaw
Words Are The Pen Of The Heart, But Music Is The Pen Of The Soul.
~ Shneur Zalman
We Are The Music Makers, And We Are The Dreamers Of Dreams.
~ Roald Dahl
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
There Are Two Means Of Refuge From The Miseries Of Life: Music And Cats.
~ Albert Schweitze
When Words Fail, Music Speaks.
~ Hans Christian Anderson
How Good Bad Music And Bad Reasons Sound When We March Against An Enemy.
~ Friedrich Nietzsche
Every Now And Then When Your Life Gets Complicated And The Weasels Start Closing In, The Only Cure Is To Load Up On Heinous Chemicals And Then Drive Like A Bastard From Hollywood To Las Vegas... With The Music At Top Volume And At Least A Pint Of Ether.
~ H. S. Thompson
I Wish You Music To Help With The Burdens Of Life, And To Help You Release Your Happiness To Others.
~ Ludwig van Beethoven
A Day Out-of-doors, Someone I Loved To Talk With, A Good Book And Some Simple Food And Music -- That Would Be Rest.
~ Roosevelt, Eleano
Next To Theology I Give To Music The Highest Place And Honor. And We See How David And All The Saints Have Wrought Their Godly Thoughts Into Verse, Rhyme, And Song.
~ Luthe
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
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