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|In memory everything seems to happen to music. — That explains the fiddle in |
the wings. I am the narrator of the play, and also a character in it. The others
characters in the play are my mother, Amanda, my sister, Laura, and a gentleman
|INTRODUCTION. Recorded Music and Collective Memory In memory. everything |
seems to happen to music. ... :ost people would admit that the phonograph1 and
recorded music have had an impact on life in the United States. Americans' ...
|In memory everything seems to happen to music. - The coincidence of that |
particular song playing (or sound occurring) at that precise moment has served to
indelibly imprint that positive, negative or even neutral experience into your
|Today I am writing only a memory of a memory, but at the time it came back I was |
actually that child of three; the “then” was “now,” and time stood still. (p. ... As Tom
, the narrator, remarks, “In memory, everything seems to happen to music.
|It is no accident that the ending ofthe story dwells on music, painting, and writing, |
since, as in “Sauerkraut Soup,” the ... is from Tennessee Williams's The Glass
Menagerie: “In memory everything seems to happen to music” ( 1999, 5).
|that every effort should be made to heighten the drama, and that music should |
emphasize the dramatic rather than the factual content.16 It was a ... 20
Playwright Tennessee Williams agreed, "In memory everything seems to happen
|—Tom Murphy, CEO of Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. Fortune, May 6, 1991 3 Memory |
See also CRAFTINESS (Philander C. Johnson); PAST, THE . [Memory is] ... 6 —
Willa Cather, My Ántonia, 1918 In memory, everything seems to happen to music.
|Music from recordings can also signal impermanence, as happens during the |
flashbacks to murder and suicide in ... words that extends the narrator's distance
in time from the story being told. ...in memory, everything seems to happen to
|Tennessee Williams wrote in the introduction to his play, The Glass Menagerie, “|
In memory everything seems to happen to music.” I found this to be especially
true of my memories—they were best triggered by music, whether the hymns I