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Herb Galewitz - 2012 - 64 pages
|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 ...
|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
|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
|the magnificent problem of the Greeks, as it arose in me, by mixing it up with the |
most modern issues! ... I regret that, on the basis of the most recent German
music, I began to tell stories of the “German character,” just as if that character
might be about to ... which is Romantic through and through and the most un-
Greek of all possible art forms, and besides that, the worst sort of narcotic, doubly
|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 ...
|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.
|“Modern jazz, if at least it is really modern, emanates from inner tension, or rather; |
from acute inner tension. some artists experience this to such an extent that they
are in danger of falling apart and therefore may yield to the use of narcotics. in ...
Michael J. Meyer - 2002 - 238 pages
|collapsing the distinction between Wagner's literary music and Mann's own |
musical literature. ... Language has thus far played only a minor role in this
analysis, as Settembrini's antidote to the dangers of half-articulate musical
expression. ... to Mann's own novel: However poetic and "German" it may like to
appear, Wagner's art as such is an extremely modern and ... in its resources and
its characteristics it knows how to combine the narcotic with the intellectually
stimulating in a way that ...
|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
Nicholas Till - 2012 - 351 pages
|... Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus, and Albert Herring; the narcotic lullabies of |
Zaide, in Mozart's unfinished opera of that name, ... as representations of the
alluring but dangerous powers of music itself, which has, throughout Western
history from Plato and the Church Fathers to the modern—day conservative
excoriators of popular music, been feared and despised in proportion to the
amount it is enjoyed.