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Calliari Musical quotes by Charles Baudelaire
#1. Who among us has not dreamt, in moments of ambition, of the miracle of a poetic prose, musical without rhythm and rhyme, supple and staccato enough to adapt to the lyrical stirrings of the soul, the undulations of dreams, and sudden leaps of consciousness. #Quote by Charles Baudelaire
Calliari Musical quotes by Billy Eckstine
#2. It was my band. I organized the band and Dizzy was in the band. Dizzy was the first musical director with the band. Charlie Parker was in the band. But, no, no, that was my band. #Quote by Billy Eckstine
Calliari Musical quotes by Ted Nugent
#3. Those original, black, spirited, defiant, rebellious musical masters. Chuck Berry was one of the first masters of Les Paul's new electric guitar; he pretty much laid down the gauntlet, and I don't think anybody's ever beat him since. Way before the British Invasion, I was tuned into the black guys that created the British Invasion. Without Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, Lightnin' Hopkins, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry and the Motown hits, there would be no Beatles. #Quote by Ted Nugent
Calliari Musical quotes by Gareth Gates
#4. I'm very driven, and I always have been. So I'd like to release a successful album, continue in musical theatre, and be more involved in business. #Quote by Gareth Gates
Calliari Musical quotes by Ethel Smyth
#5. The writer must resist this temptation [to quote] and do his best with his own tools. It would be most convenient for us musicians if, arrived at a given emotional crisis in our work, we could simply stick in a few bars of Brahms or Schubert. Indeed many composers have no hesitation in so doing. But I have never heard the practice defended; possibly because that hideous symbol of petty larceny, the inverted comma, cannot well be worked into a musical score. #Quote by Ethel Smyth
Calliari Musical quotes by Brigid Kemmerer
#6. Becca shoved out of the chair and tucked her hair behind her ears. She should never have come here. "Forget it."

She felt Chris behind her when she made it to the stairs. "Wait a minute," he said.

She didn't. "Whatever your mess is with that guy Tyler, get me out of it, okay?"

"Stop. Wait. Just tell me - "

"You stop." She whirled on him at the door. "You, Chris. You stop. I get hassled enough. I need my job. I don't need to be in the middle of some version of West Side Story meets High School Musical. #Quote by Brigid Kemmerer
Calliari Musical quotes by Robert Graves
#7. Genius' was a word loosely used by expatriot Americans in Paris and Rome, between the Versailles Peace treaty and the Depression, to cover all varieties of artistic, literary and musical experimentalism. A useful and readable history of the literary Thirties is Geniuses Together by Kay Boyle-Joyce, Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerald, Pound, Eliot and the rest. They all became famous figures but too many of them developed defects of character-ambition, meanness, boastfulness, cowardice or inhumanity-that defrauded their early genius. Experimentalism is a quality alien to genius. It implies doubt, hope, uncertainty, the need for group reassurance; whereas genius works alone, in confidence of a foreknown result. Experiments are useful as a demonstration of how not to write, paint or compose if one's interest lies in durable rather than fashionable results; but since far more self-styled artists are interested in frissons á la mode rather than in truth, it is foolish to protest. Experimentalism means variation on the theme of other people's uncertainties. #Quote by Robert Graves
Calliari Musical quotes by Daniel Neal
#8. They [the Puritans] disallowed of the cathedral mode of worship; of singing their prayers, and of the antiphone or chanting of the Psalms by turns, which the ecclesiastical commissioners in King Edward the Sixth's time advised the laying aside. Nor did they approve of musical instruments, as trumpets, organs, etc. #Quote by Daniel Neal
Calliari Musical quotes by Matisyahu
#9. When I first started, everything happened at once. I became religious, my musical career took off, I got married, I had kids, and all that happened within the course of a year. I had an excitement about this newly found faith, and so I was writing about that in a very evident kind of way. #Quote by Matisyahu
Calliari Musical quotes by Peter Warlock
#10. Dates and periods are of interest only to the student of musical history. #Quote by Peter Warlock
Calliari Musical quotes by Haruki Murakami
#11. When the time comes, everybody's got to end up where they belong. Only me, I didn't have a place to call my own. It's like musical chairs. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Calliari Musical quotes by Roger Scruton
#12. The belief that there is a difference between good and bad, meaningful and meaningless, profound and vapid, exciting and banal - this belief was once fundamental to musical education. But it offends against political correctness. Today there is only my taste and yours. The suggestion that my taste is better than yours is elitist, an offence against equality. But unless we teach children to judge, to discriminate, to recognise the difference between music of lasting value and mere ephemera, we give up on the task of education. Judgment is the precondition of true enjoyment, and the prelude to understanding art in all its forms. #Quote by Roger Scruton
Calliari Musical quotes by Harry Mulisch
#13. In his Dialogue "Timaeus" Plato had a demiurge to create the globe-shaped world according to musical laws, including the human soul. Fifteen hundred years later, that still found an echo in the Renaissance. And in those days the architects realized that the musical harmonies had spatial expressions
namely, the relationships of the length of strings, and spatial relationships were precisely their only concerns. Because both the world and the body and soul were composed according to musical harmonies by the demiurge architect, both the macrocosm and the microcosm, they must therefore be guided in their own architectural designs by the laws of music. #Quote by Harry Mulisch
Calliari Musical quotes by Jonathan L. Howard
#14. Cabal dimly recalled that the musical genius who'd decided to put on Necronomicon: The Musical had got everything he deserved: money, fame, and torn to pieces by an invisible monster. #Quote by Jonathan L. Howard
Calliari Musical quotes by Bernie Krause
#15. the comparative framework of sounds or tones that make up a musical scale. So while frequency is a physical property of sound - it's a measurement of the number of cycles per second of a sound wave - pitch refers to what we hear. The chromatic scale, #Quote by Bernie Krause
Calliari Musical quotes by David Huron
#16. There is at least one more important violation of expectation that is engendered by twelve-tone music. Recall that people are motivated to attend concerts because of the
sweet anticipation of enjoyment. Most listeners have learned to expect music to evoke a state of pleasure. Apart from the failure to predict musical events, unsuspecting listeners who attend a concert of twelve-tone music may also feel betrayed by the fact that the music fails to evoke much pleasure. Their imaginative anticipation of musical enjoyment will lead to disappointment. No wonder audiences were so disturbed by Schoenberg's music. #Quote by David Huron
Calliari Musical quotes by Nicole Kidman
#17. I never knew I'd be in a musical, let alone win an award for one. #Quote by Nicole Kidman
Calliari Musical quotes by Peter Shaffer
#18. I looked on astounded as from his ordinary life he made his art. We were both ordinary men, he and I. Yet from the ordinary he created Legends
and I from Legends created only the ordinary! #Quote by Peter Shaffer
Calliari Musical quotes by Megan Fox
#19. Well let me tell you what [High School Musical] is really about. High School Musical is about this group of boys who are all being molested by the basketball coach, who is Zac Efron's dad. It's about them struggling to cope with this molestation. And they have these little girlfriends, who are their beards. Oh, and somehow there's music involved. You have to get stoned to watch it. #Quote by Megan Fox
Calliari Musical quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#20. There are some experiences in life which should not be demanded twice from any man, and one of them is listening to the Brahms Requiem. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Calliari Musical quotes by Thomas Beecham
#21. Composers and musicians have always starved and, as this is a sentimental country, we think the tradition should be continued. #Quote by Thomas Beecham
Calliari Musical quotes by Max Von Essen
#22. But if you get a kick out of "The Jerry Springer Show," you're going to love it! The idea of hearing these lyrics and profanities - like the chorus at the top of the show - the idea that we're going to hear it in Carnegie Hall is just genius. It's been written with real care! It's not some crappy little musical that somehow found its way off-Broadway with vulgar-intentions. This is really beautiful, operatic music. It has a place in Carnegie Hall. #Quote by Max Von Essen
Calliari Musical quotes by Dwight Yoakam
#23. A voice expressing emotion in a musical way moves on. It's like the finale of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - the world turns in on itself, as a universe unto itself, in the shape of one human being. #Quote by Dwight Yoakam
Calliari Musical quotes by Trevor Nunn
#24. When I was at Stratford, the very first thing that I was commissioned to work on was trying to make a musical out of the documentary material about the General Strike, which was the next big historical event in England, after the First World War. #Quote by Trevor Nunn
Calliari Musical quotes by Steve Hackett
#25. My father was able to play a number of musical instruments and I fell in love with classical music in my teens and I allowed it to influence me. I like to think I took and still do from classical music and various techniques, I have made classical albums and recorded seven different pieces of Bach on different albums and its all music too me. #Quote by Steve Hackett
Calliari Musical quotes by Sarah Brightman
#26. I love the intimacy of making movies. The focus is deeper and much more intense than musical theatre. #Quote by Sarah Brightman
Calliari Musical quotes by Chris Rock
#27. When a musical act performs, the black audience goes crazy for all the stuff, the album cuts, everything. White audiences, they're nice and all, but they're not going to lose it until they get the hits. Comedy is the same thing. #Quote by Chris Rock
Calliari Musical quotes by Hellmut Wilhelm
#28. The first, clearer, type suggests the musical pattern of theme and variations. The chosen theme persists through the six stages, in various aspects. The second type is more difficult to analyze. A recurrent leitmotiv is lacking here; instead six differerent stages whose connection is usually an inner one are joined together in mosaic fashion. But on both types, the so-called judgment is the tenor which is maintained through all the changes. #Quote by Hellmut Wilhelm
Calliari Musical quotes by Lester Bangs
#29. Like almost all of Beefheart's recorded work, [Trout Mask Replica] was not even "ahead" of its time in 1969. Then and now, it stands outside time, trends, fads, hypes, the rise and fall of whole genres eclectic as walking Christmas trees, constituting a genre unto itself: truly, a musical Monolith if ever there was one. #Quote by Lester Bangs
Calliari Musical quotes by Bert V. Royal
#30. Whatever happened to chivalry? Does it only exist in 80's movies? I want John Cusack holding a boombox outside my window. I wanna ride off on a lawnmower with Patrick Dempsey. I want Jake from Sixteen Candles waiting outside the church for me. I want Judd Nelson thrusting his fist into the air because he knows he got me. Just once I want my life to be like an 80's movie, preferably one with a really awesome musical number for no apparent reason. But no, no, John Hughes did not direct my life. #Quote by Bert V. Royal
Calliari Musical quotes by Helen Keller
#31. If it is true that the violin is the most perfect of musical instruments, then Greek is the violin of human thought. #Quote by Helen Keller
Calliari Musical quotes by Paul Weller
#32. Most people my age, their musical life ended in the '80s. They stick with what they know. But my tastes are much broader. And I don't want to stop learning. #Quote by Paul Weller
Calliari Musical quotes by Daryl Hall
#33. The late 20th century had just enough communication abilities to allow superstar-ness and communality to happen. It was a musical renaissance that rivals the visual one that happened in the 1400s. #Quote by Daryl Hall
Calliari Musical quotes by Jan Perry
#34. Remember the last show you saw that got a standing ovation? Now try to think of one that had the audience on its feet at intermission. They stepped, strutted, stomped, romped, ran rung, hung, flung, flew, threw and played their way through 16 numbers (17 if you count the percussion encore in the lobby that stopped the departing crowd in its collective tracks). It was Blast! and it was fantastic. That said, the show is a cacophony of color and creativity a musical montage offering nearly two hours of stimuli. #Quote by Jan Perry
Calliari Musical quotes by Cliff Martinez
#35. I actually don't see that strong of a connection between my background as a rock 'n roller and my early films. In a way I think your musical identity in film work is determined by the jobs that come your way. #Quote by Cliff Martinez
Calliari Musical quotes by Eldritch Priest
#36. The cessation of art is something that can only be accomplished when art disappears into its own excess. And that occasion, according to Baudrillard, has already happened. In fact, "art" disappeared a while back (When? Sometimes in the 70's, probably, when information technologies were electrified and became the dominant way in which Western cultures mediated its self-expressions), and its sublimations into the everyday order of simulation was overlooked. Too busy watching reruns of I dream of Jeannie or betwitched I suppose. What is called "art" now is itself a continuous rerun, a rerun of the image of its own disappearance. But said another way, which I'm sure some would rather it be said (though it makes no difference) art is everywhere one and the same with the image of the everyday, if not actually, then potentially. Under these circumstances, because art and the reality that is supposed to set off aesthetic properties have lost their operational difference, unmusic is everywhere Music is not. However, according to the logic of simulation, Music is everywhere so unmusic is nowhere. Yet being everywhere is the same as being nowhere, therefore Music is nowhere, which makes unmusic everywhere. But this is hyperreality and hyperreality trucks no difference between the real and the unreal (artifice), the musical and the unmusical. Thus unmusic eschews Adorno's dialectical impasse to the extent that it is total nonsense, a byproduct of the hyperreal that supervenes a discourse #Quote by Eldritch Priest
Calliari Musical quotes by Trevor Rabin
#37. I thoroughly enjoyed working on Enemy of the State. Tony Scott is an important director, and has an amazing ability to express himself, and he doesn't do it in musical terms, he does it in emotional terms. I got along really well with him. #Quote by Trevor Rabin
Calliari Musical quotes by Miles Davis
#38. Birth of the Cool' became a collector's item, I think, out of a reaction to Bird and Dizzy's music. Bird and Diz played this hip, real fast thing, and if you weren't a fast listener, you couldn't catch the humor or the feeling in their music. Their musical sound wasn't sweet, and it didn't have harmonic lines that you could easily hum out on the street with your girlfriend trying to get over with a kiss. #Quote by Miles Davis
Calliari Musical quotes by Sophia Amoruso
#39. My days of being the tardy employee at the record store gave me a cultural and musical understanding that was more unique than if I'd just listened to garbage-y pop on the radio my entire life. #Quote by Sophia Amoruso
Calliari Musical quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#40. If you truly loved someone and they couldn't be in your life you won't hurt them. You will pray for them. You will hope that they find their happiness and place in this world. You will want them to have the best life because love isn't about possession, fear or desperation. When you have a grasp on eternity you don't need to feel time is running out. Time is all you have. Love isn't a game of musical chairs--grab a partner and sit down. It is a search for the right fit for your soul and life purpose. In a life that never ends you will either find the one that sees you as much as you see them, 0r who knows? Maybe, if there are such things as soulmates, God will introduce you, but keep you far enough apart, until each of you fulfill something more important for your growth or God's plan. Regardless, when you can face eternity alone you will know what true love is and that letting go is not an insult to your soul. You can smile because the person you loved has your blessings of protection with them and God has your best interest also in mind. You will find that person to complete you because God wants you to, as much as you do. #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Calliari Musical quotes by Duke Ellington
#41. The wise musicians are those who play what they can master. #Quote by Duke Ellington
Calliari Musical quotes by Maury Yeston
#42. As we get older ... I don't know a single person who has devoted their life to musical theatre who hasn't had a couple of misses as well as a bunch of hits. The misses, we learn a great deal from them. #Quote by Maury Yeston
Calliari Musical quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#43. My husband is my most ruthless critic ... sometimes he will say, 'It's been said better before.' Of course it has. It's all been said better before. If I thought I had to say it better than anybody else, I'd never start. Better or worse is immaterial. The thing is that it has to be said; by me; ontologically. We each have to say it, to say it our own way. Not of our own will, but as it comes out through us. Good or bad, great or little: that isn't what human creation is about. It is that we have to try; to put it down in pigment, or words, or musical notations, or we die. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
Calliari Musical quotes by Gustav Mahler
#44. Don't bother to look, I've composed all this already. #Quote by Gustav Mahler

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