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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. ... 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
|The most perfect expression of human behavior is a string quartet . . . Jeffrey Tate|
. Chapter Seven Music and Movement for Kindergarten and Early Primary
Chapter Seven Music and Movement for Kindergarten and Early Primary.
|Eighteen science fiction stories deal with love, madness, and death on Mars, Venus, and in space.|
|As she examines these works from such perspectives as "Character and Plot," "Novelty," "Grandeur and Intimacy," and "Authority," "Why I Read "sparks an overwhelming desire to put aside quotidian tasks in favor of reading.|
|Challenging, with several powerful arguments, some of our deepest beliefs about rationality, morality, and personal identity, Derek Parfit claims that we have a false view about our own nature.|
|Part memoir, part crash-course in economic theory, this book looks at economic ideas through a personal lens.|