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Longtemps Musics quotes by Dar Williams
#1. "Is it how she moves, or how she looks?" I say it's loneliness suspended to our own like grappling hooks, And as long as she's got noise, she's fine. But I could teach her how I learned to dance when the music's ended. #Quote by Dar Williams
Longtemps Musics quotes by John Dryden
#2. From harmony, from heavenly harmony, This universal frame began: When nature underneath a heap Of jarring atoms lay, And could not heave her head, The tuneful voice was heard from high, 'Arise, ye more than dead!' Then cold, and hot, and moist, and dry, In order to their stations leap, And Music's power obey. From harmony, from heavenly harmony, This universal frame began: From harmony to harmony Through all the compass of the notes it ran, The diapason closing full in Man. #Quote by John Dryden
Longtemps Musics quotes by Brian Allen Carr
#3. I guess the best part of music is that there's not much unknown. Especially in country, because it's always someone leaving or dying or drinking or fighting or loving the United States or talking about God, and the music's simple mostly. #Quote by Brian Allen Carr
Longtemps Musics quotes by Ted Gioia
#4. The resulting amalgam - an exotic mixture of European, Caribbean, African, and American elements - made Louisiana into perhaps the most seething ethnic melting pot that the nineteenth century world could produce. This cultural gumbo would serve as breeding ground for many of the great hybrid musics of modern times; not just jazz, but also cajun, zydeco, blues, and other new styles flourished as a result of this laissez-faire environment. In this warm, moist atmosphere, sharp delineations between cultures gradually softened and ultimately disappeared. #Quote by Ted Gioia
Longtemps Musics quotes by Robert Krulwich
#5. When you talk or write or film, you work with the music inside you, the music that formed you. Different generations have different musics in them, so whatever they do, it's going to come out differently, and it will speak in beats of their own generation. #Quote by Robert Krulwich
Longtemps Musics quotes by Gunther Schuller
#6. If we could ever find that moment, maybe thousands of years from
now, where all the musics of the worlds would be communicating with each other, there would be no more wars, there would be peace. #Quote by Gunther Schuller
Longtemps Musics quotes by Charlie Byrd
#7. Music's not like becoming a doctor, who can walk into a community and find people who need him. #Quote by Charlie Byrd
Longtemps Musics quotes by Bill Conti
#8. There's a higher place that I have no illusions about reaching. There's a sophistication and aesthetic about composers who only write only for the music's sake. #Quote by Bill Conti
Longtemps Musics quotes by Ted Gioia
#9. During the so-called Jazz Age, most of the music's key exponents focused their creative energy on soloing not bandleading, on improvisation not orchestration, on an interplay between individual instruments not between sections.
[...] Commercial pressures, rather than artistic prerogatives, stand out as the spur that forced many early jazz players (including Armstrong, Beiderbecke, and Hines) to embrace the big band idiom. But even in the new setting, they remained improvisers, first and foremost, not orchestrators or composers. #Quote by Ted Gioia
Longtemps Musics quotes by Russell Crowe
#10. Music's always been a huge part of my life, and my first record came out in 1981. #Quote by Russell Crowe
Longtemps Musics quotes by Youssou N'Dour
#11. Music in Africa often contains messages. Music in Senegal, and Africa, is never music for music's sake or solely for entertainment. It's always a vehicle for social connections, discussions and ideas. #Quote by Youssou N'Dour
Longtemps Musics quotes by Ella Henderson
#12. I love reggae music; reggae music's like my go-to. #Quote by Ella Henderson
Longtemps Musics quotes by Chris Stapleton
#13. I always tell people, 'The music's free. I get paid to travel.' #Quote by Chris Stapleton
Longtemps Musics quotes by Wayne Koestenbaum
#14. Listeners love when opera dethrones or kills language; the regicide, on these occasions, is the revolutionary, pleasure-seeking, penetrated, tickled ear. Opera theory tells us that words master music, but we, in our secret hearts, know music's superiority; and this destruction of language, this reversal of hierarchy, makes opera a fit object for the enthusiasms of sex-and-gender dissidents. #Quote by Wayne Koestenbaum
Longtemps Musics quotes by Hunter Hayes
#15. Growing up in Louisiana, my grandmother gave me an accordion because of our Cajun heritage. What ended up happening was I started learning about more instruments, so I just kind of went that route. Music's really all I've ever done. #Quote by Hunter Hayes
Longtemps Musics quotes by Artur Schnabel
#16. It is not music's function to express rational necessities. #Quote by Artur Schnabel
Longtemps Musics quotes by Conrad Aiken
#17. [At a musical concert:] ... the music's pure algebra of enchantment. #Quote by Conrad Aiken
Longtemps Musics quotes by Robert Wyatt
#18. Anybody who thinks pop music's easy should try to make a pop single and find out that it isn't. #Quote by Robert Wyatt
Longtemps Musics quotes by George R.R. Martin
#19. Come on, come on, my sweetling, the music's still playing. Might I have this dance, my lady? #Quote by George R.R. Martin
Longtemps Musics quotes by Sun Ra
#20. But recently I began to feel that maybe I wouldn't be able to do what I want to do and need to do with American musicians, who are imprisoned behind these bars; music's got these bars and measures you know. #Quote by Sun Ra
Longtemps Musics quotes by Hillel Schwartz
#21. The lesson for this Round, as we shall hear time and again, is that each generation inhabits a different acoustic universe, constituted by different musics and memories of sound, by different thicknesses of walls and densities of traffic, by different means of manufacture and broadcast, by different diets and ear-damaging diseases, by different proportions and preponderances of metal rattling in kitchens, clanging on the streets, or ringing in the ( differently polluted) air above. #Quote by Hillel Schwartz
Longtemps Musics quotes by George Strait
#22. I don't think my music's as traditional as people make it out. #Quote by George Strait
Longtemps Musics quotes by Tony Hendra
#23. It was a music of the spirit, seeking peace, not emotional release, expressing the hunger of the soul rather than the heart. A way of sequencing notes so ancient it might be music's mother lode, its Fertile Crescent. It wouldn't have grated, I felt, on the ears of ancient Greeks or Egyptians or Mesopotamians or Sumerians - or even on the august auditory equipment of the Buddha or Lao-tzu. #Quote by Tony Hendra
Longtemps Musics quotes by Richard Wagner
#24. It is a truth forever, that where the speech of man stops short there Music's reign begins. #Quote by Richard Wagner
Longtemps Musics quotes by James Horner
#25. The music's job is to get the audience so involved that they forget how the movie turns out. #Quote by James Horner
Longtemps Musics quotes by Philip Sidney
#26. O that we had, to make our woes more public,
Seas in our eyes, and brazen tongues by nature,
A yelling voice, and hearts composed of sorrow,
Breath made of flames, wits knowing naught but damage,
Our sports murd'ring ourselves, our musics wailing,
Our studies fixed upon the falls of fortune. #Quote by Philip Sidney
Longtemps Musics quotes by Kode9
#27. Dubstep didn't invent bass, it just zoned in on it. Bass, to varying depths, is the foundation to most dance musics. #Quote by Kode9
Longtemps Musics quotes by Ray Charles
#28. Music's been around a long time, and there's going to be music long after Ray Charles is dead. I just want to make my mark, leave something musically good behind. If it's a big record, that's the frosting on the cake, but music's the main meal. #Quote by Ray Charles
Longtemps Musics quotes by Joe Jonas
#29. I think people have been really receptive to understanding that I've grown up and the music's going to sound a little different. #Quote by Joe Jonas
Longtemps Musics quotes by Euripides
#30. Surely again, to heal men's wounds by music's spell. #Quote by Euripides
Longtemps Musics quotes by Josh Homme
#31. Music's supposed to be real. When it really touches you, it's supposed to be real. #Quote by Josh Homme
Longtemps Musics quotes by Kent Moran
#32. Music's a powerful thing. A song can change your mood. Make a memory. One song can change your whole life. #Quote by Kent Moran
Longtemps Musics quotes by Tony Parsons
#33. There was an intelligence about him (Joe Strummer) that allowed his band to change and evolve, just as Johnny Rotten and the Sex Pistols were disappearing up their own bondage trousers. And there was a generosity about Strummer, too, a warmth and humanity about the guy. He was a brilliant musician, a beautiful man, and a charismatic artist. There is a part of me that bitterly resents the fact that the Clash never replaced the Rolling Stones in rock music's hall of heroes. But the Clash were not about milking if for a lifetime ... I thought they were the greatest band I had ever seen. And, half a lifetime on, in a large part of my soul, I still do ... They changed lives. They certainly changed mine. Because they made me believe that, with passion and commitment and a bit of fire in your belly, you could be exactly the person you wanted to be. #Quote by Tony Parsons
Longtemps Musics quotes by Crowder
#34. Language is in the way. Music's in the way. Songs are in the way. Stuff's in the way. That's just our state here. And to acknowledge that we're broken and to even ... create tradition that helps us embrace that, and to understand that, I think is a very healthy, good thing. #Quote by Crowder
Longtemps Musics quotes by Eddie Vedder
#35. Music's at its best when it has a purpose. #Quote by Eddie Vedder
Longtemps Musics quotes by J Spaceman
#36. No, I don't really think there's a "golden age" of anything. I think now is pretty fucking amazing. I'm probably the least nostalgic person. I don't think there was a golden time for music. There's always been people making great music standing here on Earth and saying, "This is where I stand, and this is what I've got to say, and this is how I feel about it." The industry of music has always been lousy. The stuff on the top, the stuff that rises, it's always been bad, right from when we first started getting into music. You just have to dig deeper. You have to look inward and outward. And then, when you make music, you can't just copy people. You can't just say, "This is how this was done, I'll do the same." You have to find what makes it good and kind of drag that kicking and screaming into your own world. Music is like a time capsule with no bearing. It doesn't really carry a message from the time when it was made. 1930s blues music doesn't really give you a sense of what it was like to live in America in 1930. It relates to your heartbeat now and where you are and what you're doing. I've said this in other interviews, but when I listen to Iggy Pop singing "Search And Destroy," it has no reference to Vietnam in my world. How could it? I'm from a small town in the middle of England. That's how music works. Looking back in music isn't even really looking back. Music's traveled to where you are. #Quote by J Spaceman
Longtemps Musics quotes by Brad Paisley
#37. If you were to hold me to a standard of, 'What are you doing, singing about a scratch-off ticket at your level of success?' then my music's gonna be ridiculous. #Quote by Brad Paisley
Longtemps Musics quotes by Julian Lennon
#38. Music's been with me from the get-go. It was always around me as a kid. Dad got me my first guitar when I was 11 and, at school, if you wanted to be cool you had to be in a band. #Quote by Julian Lennon

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