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|Nonetheless, music in the public domain can become very popular, perhaps in |
part because, as This Bus/ness of ... Stravinsky added the right of possession to
Milton's distinction when he said, "A good composer does not imitate; he steals.
|1 In the UK, however, this does not appear to be the case. A notable example ... A |
good composer does not imitate; he steals', Stravinsky I .; 'Immature poets imitate;
mature poets steal', Eliot T.S. "From J. C. Bach to Hip Hop: Musical Borrowing.
|The Short Life of a Basque Composer Barbara Rosen ... Whether one agrees or |
not, all the slow movements in these quartets are remarkable, not least this one. It
consists of a ... Stravinsky said, "a good composer does not imitate — he steals.
|T. S. Eliot: "The immature poet imitates; the mature poet plagiarizes." Igor |
Stravinsky: "A good composer does not imitate; he steals." Stravinsky again: "One
must always steal, but never from oneself." Ralph Waldo Emerson; "(lenius
|Whether we like it or not, architecture has a long gestation period. Fashion does |
not. Let's not confuse the two. *** “A good composer does not imitate; he steals“.
5 [Igor Stravinsky] “Immature artists imitate. Mature artists steal“. 6 [Lionel Trilling]
|Russian Composer Igor Stravinsky once said: “ A good composer does not |
imitate; he steals.” I think what he meant by this is that it's OK to use a technique
developed by another and make it your own. To imitate is to steal a technique or
|For example, Shakespeare made up Antony's great funeral oration; no part of it is |
in his source, North's translation of Plutarch. But we shall see that for the ... Igor
Stravinsky said: “A good composer does not imitate, he steals.” T.S. Eliot agreed:
|Nor does he have colleagues or friends to tell him that bigger isn't better, that it is |
no shame to hire a librettist, that he ... Stravinsky observed, “A good composer
does not imitate; he steals,” but at his best Marsalis imitates with brio and
|To make his life easier, Goodman started working within the system — buying |
licenses for most of the songs he excerpted — but he never lost his subversive
edge. Igor Stravinsky once said, "A good composer does not imitate, he steals.