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|Box 4.6: The rise and fall of creativity in Hip Hop has, in part, been attributed to |
limited application of transformative use ... A good composer does not imitate; he
steals', Stravinsky I .; 'Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal', Eliot T.S. "From
|The movement closes with a piu allegro, in which the first violin has a series of |
accented eighth notes setting the pace to a driving conclusion. One commentator
... Stravinsky said, "a good composer does not imitate — he steals." The second ...
|Artists who have weighed in on the Seventh Commandment: Lionel Trilling: "|
Immature artists imitate — mature artists steal." T. S. Eliot: "The immature poet
imitates; the mature poet plagiarizes." Igor Stravinsky: "A good composer does
|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
Steve Westbrook - 2009 - 231 pages
|One reasonable objection to the use of composer as a replacement for author is |
that the term is, in common usage, inextricably tied to its associations ... This
sentiment is perhaps best encapsulated by Igor Stravinsky, who famously said, “A
good composer does not borrow, he steals.” Stravinsky's quote appears to have
been based upon T. S. Eliot having said, “Immature poets imitate; mature poets
Andrew Jones - 1995 - 256 pages
|Yet what of pop culture icons who all but exist in a public domain because their |
music is available everywhere we look or ... Like Stravinsky, who once opined
that "A good composer does not imitate, he steals," Oswald's underlying
|Fred Allen also is one of the many who are credited with characterizing a man 15 |
someone “Who can brighten a room by ... with “Mediocre artists borrow, great
artists steal,” Igor Stravinsky with “A good composer does not imitate; he steals.
John Xiros Cooper - 2000 - 352 pages
|the imitation of dead styles, speech through all the masks and voices stored up in |
the imaginary museum of a now global ... T. S. ELIOT A good composer does not
imitate; he steals —IGOR STRAVINSKY" If I were to test Jameson's distinction ...