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|It is thus that poetry and music — but especially music, because of its specific and |
far-reaching metaphorical powers — can name the unnamable, and
communicate the unknowable. If we accept this general idea of music as a
|Music is not written in red, white and blue; it is written with the heart's blood ofthe |
composer. ... 1930– : The Morecambe and Wise Show (BBC TV, 25 December
1971) Music...can name the unnameable, and communicate the unknowable.
|MAYA ANGELOU, POET “Music...can name the unnameable and communicate |
the unknowable. ... Music was used as medicine in ancient China (and still is
today); the Chinese character for “medicine” is very similar to the character for “
|"Music. . . can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable. " |
LEONARD BERNSTEIN (1918-1990), COMPOSER can make or break a dance
performance. Songs can move us deeply. They may make us feel happy or sad,
|... in New York Times9 March 1961 3 Music . . . can name the unnameable, and |
communicate the unknowable. Leonard Bernstein 1918–90 American composer,
conductor, and pianist: The Unanswered Question (1976) 4 Music has charms to
|A Listener's Life List Tom Moon. xiv 1,000 RECORDINGS TO HEAR BEFORE |
YOU ... As Leonard Bernstein once said, music can “name the unnameable and
communicate the unknowable.” But don't take his word. Or mine. Put one of these
|Chapter Five: Drums to Symphony A History of Music “Music can name the |
unnameable, and communicate the unknowable” – Leonard Bernstein For this
Chapter try listening to - Gregorian chants - Thomas Tallis, Spem in Alium - Bach,
|Laurens van der Post 1906–96 South African explorer Music see also Singing |
Beethoven tells you what it's like to be ... van Beethoven 1770–1827 German
composer 7 Music...can name the unnameable, and communicate the
|Hearing. the. Rhythm. of. Life. Music, because of its specific and far-reaching |
metaphorical powers, can name the unnameable and communicate the
unknowable. –Leonard Bernstein, composer ...
|—Leonard Bernstein Music can name the unnameable and communicate the |
unknowable. —Leonard Bernstein have been fortunate to have collaborated with
most of the greatest conductors of my time. In addition to those already
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