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The Prelude To Tristan And Isolde Sounded As If A Bomb Had Fallen Into A Large Music Factory And Had Thrown All The Notes Into Confusion.
~ The Tribune, Berlin, 1871
Words Are The Pen Of The Heart, But Music Is The Pen Of The Soul.
~ Shneur Zalman
He Who Joyfully Marches To Music Rank And File, Has Already Earned My Contempt. He Has Been Given A Large Brain By Mistake, Since For Him The Spinal Cord Would Surely Suffice. This Disgrace To Civilization Should Be Done Away With At Once. Heroism At Command, How Violently I Hate All This, How Despicable And Ignoble War Is; I Would Rather Be Torn To Shreds Than Be A 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
It Is In Learning Music That Many Youthful Hearts Learn To Love.
~ Ricard
Leaders Must Encourage Their Organizations To Dance To Forms Of Music Yet To Be Heard.
~ Warren Bennis
The Earth Has Music For Those Who Listen.
~ William Shakespeare
Through And Through The World Is Infested With Quantity. To Talk Sense Is To Talk Quantities, It Is No Use Saying The Nation Is Large- How Large? It Is No Use S Aying That Radium Is Scarce- How Scarce? You Can Not Evade Quantity. You May Fly To Poetry And Music And Quantity And Number Will Face You In Your Rhythms And Your Octaves.
~ Alfred North Whitehead
It Requires Wisdom To Understand Wisdom The Music Is Nothing If The Audience Is Deaf.
~ Walter Lippmann
The Earth Has Grown Old With Its Burden Of Care But At Christmas It Always Is Young, The Heart Of The Jewel Burns Lustrous And Fair And Its Soul Full Of Music Breaks The Air, When The Song Of Angels Is Sung.
~ Phillips Brooks
The Way To Write American Music Is Simple. All You Have To Do Is Be An American And Then Write Any Kind Of Music You Wish.
~ Virgil Thompson
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
No Voice; But Oh! The Silence Sank Like Music On My Heart.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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