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|Ataconservative estimatethere are about twenty music genresand within that, 750 |
different types of music! Its terrifying to think that even in one of ... FRANK
SINATRA Modern music is as dangerous as narcotics. PIETRO MASCAGNI
|Show me the home wherein music dwells, and I shall show you a happy, |
peaceful, and contented home. He is dead, the sweet musician! ... ANDREW
MARVELL Modern music is as dangerous as narcotics. PIETRO MASCAGNI A
Music: A ...
|People whose sensibility is destroyed by music in trains, airports, lifts, cannot |
concentrate on a Beethoven Quartet. - Lutoslawski, Witold A woman's ... Marcus,
Greil Modern music is as dangerous as narcotics. - Mascagni, Pietro The opera is
|In The Secret Leprosy of Modern Days, Hickman resituates the idea of addiction within its original late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century context.|
|See Native American Church Nakai, Raymond, 188, 189, 214 Nakota, 66, 67 |
Nammys (Native American Music Awards), 11, 177, 178 Narcotic Addict Farm Act
, 113 Narcotics, 193 Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Control, Oklahoma State ...
|In a stunning historical reversal, Frank Dikötter, Lars Laamann, and Zhou Xun tell this different story of the relationship between opium and the Chinese.|
|The ironic result is that the contemplation of classical mimesis does not cure the |
lyrical stupefying pathos of modern ... Unlike Arnold, Nietzsche finds no romance
in authoritarian ideals and only a dangerous charm in their narcotic properties.
|Sane Music, J un23:372 Anarchy in Music, J unl 1:378 Appreciation of |
Contemporary Music (Interview with Claude ... under the Alias of “Modern"
Should Be Referred to the Narcotic Board for Investigation . . ., Jun42:363 Music
versus Noise, ...
|a narcotic of the worst kind, doubly dangerous to a people beloved of intoxication|
, which hails lack of clarity as a ... And yet – apart, of course, from all the
impetuous hopes and applications to contemporary issues with which I spoiled
my first book, the great Dionysiac question mark remains, also as regards music:
how would a music be that was not romantic in origin, as German music is – but
|Some drugsstimulate the sexual organs,andthen itcan be dangerous ifnotfatal.81 |
In Britain during the 1960s a series of laws were ... there was the Dangerous
Drugs Act of 1964, which enabled Britain to ratifythe Convention on Narcotic
Drugs agreedat NewYork in 1961. ... End of London, enjoying a vogue among
youngpeople, who can find inthem such diversions as modern music and allnight