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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,
|“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
|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
|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
|Pianoforte- Quartet in A major (Op. 26); November, String Quartet in C minor (Op. |
51. ... We can understand how words, with their definite • ' Influencing Human
Behaviour,' by Harry A. Overstreet. ... Consequently when Mr. Arthur Whiting tells
us, for example, that most people's idea of patriotism is expressed in the formula '
God bless our 'tis of ... We perceive an incongruity quite comparable to that of
beginning a sentence with the perfectly good beginning ' God bless our,' and
ending it ...
|The most perfect harmony subsisted during the whole evening. ... He seems |
indeed to possess, to borrow the words of my dear Father 'that superior power of
expressing almost all that a human voice can produce ... a socially acceptable
balance between 'male' genres (such as the string quartet) and 'female' genres (
such as the accompanied sonata).12 In ... Scheener was setting standards of
social behaviour and appropriate domestic musicianship that any rival would
have to match.
|A Wrinkle in Time, winner of the Newbery Medal in 1963, is the story of the adventures in space and time of Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin O'Keefe (athlete, student, and one of the most popular boys in high school).|
|It is what is called "chamber-music" ; that is, music by small groups such as a |
string quartet or any other small combination of instruments or voices, or of both.
... It provides an ideal social unit which is more likely than are larger musical
groups to persist without public ... Many a beautiful room in a home now dumb
except for a radio or the like would be made blessed with happy human
expression could it be used now and then by an invited group of musical
amateurs, boys and girls or ...