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|If you like, the most perfect expression of human behavior is a string quartet — |
where the four individual lines blend into a unity. Our world is a chaotic place,
with potential for destruction as well as creation. I feel that there are positive,
|1943) said in New Yorker (April 30, 1990), "The most perfect expression of |
human behavior is a string quartet." There is a place reserved for you among the
praise filled elects of God. Come and take your place among the worshippers of
|“The most perfect expression of human behavior is a BRITISH CONDUCTOR |
JEFFERY TATE, WRITING IN “THE NEW ... the composer Joseph Haydn (see pp.
128—29)—a string player himself—wrote around 70 string quartets, most of
|Renowned for its vastness and its perfect proportions, Amiens is one of the |
glories of Christendom. "I had never ... If you like, the most perfect expression of
human behavior is a string quartet — where the four individual lines blend into a
|-WALTER PATER The most perfect expression of human behavior is a string |
quartet. -JEFFREY TATE Wagner has beautiful moments but awful quarter hours.
-GIOACCHINO ROSSINI / read part of it all the way through. -SAMUEL
|Then string quartet playing is perhaps the most perfect expression, in terms of |
music, of that precious human quality ... who, in advance of all other classes,
acquired the means and leisure necessary for the cultivation of courtly behaviour.
|Thus for the piano teacher the desirable form of reading is string quartets, opera |
scores, the easier symphonies in ... This unfortunate attitude most certainly
represents a false and superficial ideal, and so long as it exists one cannot hope
to ... Chopin, Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Debussy, and MacDowell, we have the perfect
expression of the masterpiece in small form, ... We may sum it up brie"; by saying
that they attempt to study human motives and behavior. is such knowledge of
value in ...
|" Part memoir, part crash-course in economic theory, this deeply engaging book by one of the world's foremost economists looks at economic ideas through a personal lens.|
|Past and present collide in Preston and Child's most thrilling novel ever . . . WHITE FIRE Special Agent Pendergast arrives at an exclusive Colorado ski resort to rescue his protégée, Corrie Swanson, from serious trouble with the law.|