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Davidovsky Piano quotes by Danny Fox
#1. I like to listen to a lot of classical music when I'm painting, the most simplistic stuff I can find. I like simple piano. #Quote by Danny Fox
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Thelonious Monk
#2. The piano ain't got no wrong notes. #Quote by Thelonious Monk
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Robert B. Laughlin
#3. My mother also had us take piano lessons, and this had a similar effect. I hated those lessons, but I now play regularly for pleasure and have even tried my hand at composing. #Quote by Robert B. Laughlin
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Jane Kaczmarek
#4. I like to be with my children - not just quality time, but quantity time. I like to be there in the morning when they're waking up. I like to practice piano with them. I like to be there at supper. I need them as much as they need me. Working is not as important to me as being a mother is. #Quote by Jane Kaczmarek
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Victor Borge
#5. Many people have asked me why there are three pedals in these grand pianos. Well the pedal in the middle is there to separate the two other pedals. #Quote by Victor Borge
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Lea Michele
#6. I've always been inspired by female performers and artists who really surround who they are around their voice. For me, it's always been about the voice. I wanna hear someone just sit by a piano, on a stool, and just sing - and that's it! #Quote by Lea Michele
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Wassily Kandinsky
#7. Color is the keyboard. The eye is the hammer. The soul is the piano, with its many strings. #Quote by Wassily Kandinsky
Davidovsky Piano quotes by John Mahoney
#8. I don't take much from my own father, because he was a very austere, quiet, private man who would come home from work, go to his parlour and play Beethoven on his piano. #Quote by John Mahoney
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Frances Hardinge
#9. At first only Tamarind had noticed the awkward, disquieting way his expressions changed, as if a puppeteer were pulling wires to move his face muscles, and doing it rather badly. Nowadays she saw the fear in everybody's eyes. Her brother was going out of tune like an old piano, and nobody would come to retune his strings. Dukes and kings may go mad at their leisure, for nobody has enough power to stop them. #Quote by Frances Hardinge
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Lauren Slater
#10. A piano tuner used to come over to our house when I was young. He was a blind man, his eyes burnt-out holes in his head, his body all bent. I remember how strange he looked against the grandeur of our lives, how he stooped over that massive multitoothed instrument and tweaked its tones. The piano never looked any different after he'd worked on it, but when I pressed a C key or the black bar of an F minor, the note sprung out richer, as though chocolate and spices had been added to a flat sound. This was what was different. It was as though I'd been visited by a blind piano tuner who had crept into my apartment at night, who had tweaked the ivory bones of my body, the taut strings in my skull, and now, when I pressed on myself, the same notes but with a mellower, fuller sound sprang out. #Quote by Lauren Slater
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Mstislav Rostropovich
#11. It is my aim, my destination in life to make the cello as beloved an instrument as the violin and piano. #Quote by Mstislav Rostropovich
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Dennis Wilson
#12. All I need is a big surfboard and a piano. #Quote by Dennis Wilson
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Mac Miller
#13. I play a bunch of instruments, like piano, drums, guitar and bass. And the kazoo every now and then. I'm trying to learn how to play the trumpet and the saxophone. That's what I'm learning how to play. #Quote by Mac Miller
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Trent Dalton
#14. The tilapia has been drowned in a garlic and chilli and coriander sauce, so many exposed white bones in its charred and thorny dorsal fin that they look like the ivory keys in the warped piano organ the devil plays in hell. #Quote by Trent Dalton
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Esperanza Spalding
#15. I write at the piano, so I write things that fit comfortably under my hands, and I'm not thinking in terms of any specific compositional methods. I'm just seeking sounds. #Quote by Esperanza Spalding
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Russell Targ
#16. We often say that psi is like musical ability: it is widely distributed in the populate, and everyone has some ability and can participate to some extent - in the same way that the most nonmusical person can learn to play a little Mozart on the piano. On the other hand, there is no substitute for innate talent, and there is no substitute for practice. #Quote by Russell Targ
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Al Jarreau
#17. I grew up the son of a Seventh Day Adventist minister, so I was really close to the church and sang church music between sips at my bottle, you know? I sat on the piano bench next to my mother. She was the church organist, so that music is deeply inside of me. #Quote by Al Jarreau
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Imogen Heap
#18. I never had any social life, just played the piano and studied, studied, studied. #Quote by Imogen Heap
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Joseph Haydn
#19. Never was I so devout as when I composed The Creation. I knelt down each day to pray to God to give me strength for my work ... When I was working on The Creation I felt so impregnated with Divine certainty, that before sitting down to the piano, I would quietly and confidently pray to God to grant me the talent that was needed to praise Him worthily. #Quote by Joseph Haydn
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Jenny Han
#20. I'd never heard of them, but at that moment, it was the best song I'd ever heard. I went out and bought Ten and listened to it on repeat. When I listened to track five, "Black," it was like I was there, in that moment all over again.
After the summer was over, when I got back home, I went to the music store and bought the sheet music and learned to play it on the piano. I thought one day I could accompany Conrad and we could be, like, a band. #Quote by Jenny Han
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Max Von Essen
#21. I'm the youngest of four, and they were all very into sports. I was the first one to express an interest in the arts. I took piano lessons and singing lessons, acting lessons. So it was all new to them, but my parents were great. #Quote by Max Von Essen
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Carson McCullers
#22. Mick frowned and rubbed her fist hard across her forehead. That was the way things were. It was like she was mad all the time. Not how a kid gets mad quick so that soon it is all over
but in another way. Only there was nothing to be mad at. Unless the store. But the store hadn't asked her to take the job. So there was nothing to be mad at. It was like she was cheated. Only nobody had cheated her. So there was nobody to take it out on. However, just the same she had that feeling. Cheated.
But maybe it would be true about the piano and turn out O.K. Maybe she would get a chance soon. Else what the hell good had it all been
the way she felt about music and the plans she had made in the inside room? It had to be some good if anything made sense. And it was too and it was too and it was too and it was too. It was some good.
All right!
O.K!
Some good. #Quote by Carson McCullers
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Timothy Ferriss
#23. now routinely listen to her. To have your mind explode, search "Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 FULL Argerich Charles Dutoit" and check out minute 31. #Quote by Timothy Ferriss
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Albert Collins
#24. You bang that piano real nice. #Quote by Albert Collins
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Covey
#25. Our level of development is fairly obvious with tennis or piano playing, where it is impossible to pretend. But it is not so obvious in the areas of character and emotional development. We can "pose" and "put on" for a stranger or an associate. We can pretend. And for a while we can get by with it - at least in public. We might even deceive ourselves. #Quote by Covey
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Colin Munroe
#26. I learned to play piano on my own and my parents thought "Oh it would be a good thing for you take piano lessons. That's the way you really need to learn to play the piano." #Quote by Colin Munroe
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Placido Domingo
#27. I have always studied my parts with the orchestral score and not with the piano reduction. #Quote by Placido Domingo
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Boz Scaggs
#28. As far as other instrumentalists, I used to love mellow sax players like Paul Desmond. I love piano. #Quote by Boz Scaggs
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Nicholas Sparks
#29. I've lost someone, too," he reminded her.
"It's not the same!" She squeezed the bridge of her nose, trying to stifle her tears. "I was so mean to him. I quit the piano! I blamed him for everything, and I didn't say more than a few words to him for three years! Three years! And I can't get those years back.
But maybe if I hadn't been so angry, he might not have gotten sick. Maybe I caused that extra ... stress that did all this. Maybe it was me! #Quote by Nicholas Sparks
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Francis Crick
#30. Trying to determine the structure of a protein by UV spectroscopy was like trying to determine the structure of a piano by listening to the sound it made while being dropped down a flight of stairs. #Quote by Francis Crick
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Haruki Murakami
#31. Once she called to invite me to a concert of Liszt piano concertos. The soloist was a famous South American pianist. I cleared my schedule and went with her to the concert hall at Ueno Park. The performance was brilliant. The soloist's technique was outstanding, the music both delicate and deep, and the pianist's heated emotions were there for all to feel. Still, even with my eyes closed, the music didn't sweep me away. A thin curtain stood between myself and pianist, and no matter how much I might try, I couldn't get to the other side. When I told Shimamoto this after the concert, she agreed.
"But what was wrong with the performance?" she asked. "I thought it was wonderful."
"Don't you remember?" I said. "The record we used to listen to, at the end of the second movement there was this tiny scratch you could hear. Putchi! Putchi! Somehow, without that scratch, I can't get into the music!"
Shimamoto laughed. "I wouldn't exactly call that art appreciation."
"This has nothing to do with art. Let a bald vulture eat that up, for all I care. I don't care what anybody says; I like that scratch!"
"Maybe you're right," she admitted. "But what's this about a bald vulture? Regular vultures I know about--they eat corpses. But bald vultures?"
In the train on the way home, I explained the difference in great detail.The difference in where they are born, their call, their mating periods. "The bald vulture lives by devouring art. The regular vulture lives by de #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Anthony Hopkins
#32. We have a Boesendorfer piano that I play every day. It keeps my brain and my fingers active. #Quote by Anthony Hopkins
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Eric Stoltz
#33. I studied piano for many years, and I still play. I'm a complete amateur, and I wouldn't consider myself very good at all, but I enjoy it. #Quote by Eric Stoltz
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Elizabeth Genovise
#34. My grandmother once told my mother that there is a splice of quartz inside each of us, like the quartz inside a compass or clock. We feel the stone glow warm when we find what it is we are meant to do. My grandmother was a singer; voice was her quartz, a second heartbeat that reminded her always of who she was. My mother's quartz is dance and Joaquin's is the piano. The saddest souls in the world, my mother believes, are those who never discover this thing within them. There is a difference between those who wander in search of that glow and those who wander in hopes of evading it. It is frightening, after all - that first awakening when the radiance within threatens to topple you. Even more terrifying is the decision to allow the fire to continue smoldering, because the brighter you let it get, the more terrible the darkness should you ever let it out."

- Elizabeth Genovise "Irises" (O. Henry prize winner 2016) #Quote by Elizabeth Genovise
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Elton John
#35. I had a little Richard and that black piano, oh that sweet Georgia Peach, and the boy form Tupelo. #Quote by Elton John
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Tori Amos
#36. Everybody told me this 'girl on the piano' thing was never going to work. #Quote by Tori Amos
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Wayward Son, Rainbow Rowell
#37. He looks away from me, covering his mouth.
"What are you laughing at."
He looks down, but waves his hand at me. "You - your - "
I refuse to look down at myself. "My what, Snow?"
"Your hair."
I refuse to touch my hair.
"You look like that guy, with the wig - " He mimes playing the piano. "Duh, duh, duh, duhhh."
"Beethoven?"
"I don't know his name. With the big wig. There was a film about him."
"Mozart. You're saying I look like Mozart."
"You've got to look, Baz, it's a scream. #Quote by Wayward Son, Rainbow Rowell
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Garrison Keillor
#38. The teacher was asking her students what their parents did for a living, and Timmy stood up and said, "My daddy's a doctor and my mommy's a doctor too." And little Sarah stood up and said, "My mommy's an engineer and my daddy's an accountant." And then little Billy stands up and says, "My mommy's a writer and my daddy plays the piano in a whorehouse." The teacher was horrified and later she called Billy's father, and said, "Why would you ever tell your child a thing like that?" And the father said, "Well, actually I'm a defense lawyer. But how do you explain a thing like that to a seven-year-old? #Quote by Garrison Keillor
Davidovsky Piano quotes by Koren Zailckas
#39. For the first month of school, writing is its own upper. Pounding on my computer keys feels like playing the piano, like arranging words into harmony that sings back to me. #Quote by Koren Zailckas

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