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Nothing Is Capable Of Being Well Set To Music That Is Not Nonsense.
~ Joseph Addison
Music And Silence Combine Strongly Because Music Is Done With Silence, And Silence Is Full Of Music.
~ Marcel Marceau
I Wish You Music To Help With The Burdens Of Life, And To Help You Release Your Happiness To Others.
~ Ludwig van Beethoven
How Good Bad Music And Bad Reasons Sound When We March Against An Enemy.
~ Friedrich Nietzsche
Use What Talents You Have; The Woods Would Have Little Music If No Birds Sang Their Song Except Those Who Sang Best.
~ Reverend Oliver G. Wilson
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
Diplomacy Without Arms Is Like Music Without Instruments.
~ Frederick the Great
We Pass The Word Around We Ponder How The Case Is Put By Different People, We Read The Poetry We Meditate Over The Literature We Play The Music We Change Our Minds We Reach An Understanding. Society Evolves This Way, Not By Shouting Each Other Down, But By The Unique Capacity Of Unique, Individual Human Beings To Comprehend Each Other.
~ Lewis Thomas
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
To Stop The Flow Of Music Would Be Like The Stopping Of Time Itself, Incredible And Inconceivable.
~ Aaron Copland
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
From The Persistence Of Noise Comes The Insistence Of Rage. From The Emergence Of Tone Comes The Divergence Of Thought. From The Enlightenment Of Music Comes The Wisdom Of... Silence.
~ Visions of Gregorian Chants
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