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  Berkshire MUSIC  
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 "Musicians take all the liberties they can..."  Beethoven  "Let the wild rumpus start!"  Maurice Sendak  "People who make music together have an indescribably bond, at least as long as the music lasts."  Paul Hindemith  "What more felicity can befall a creature than to enjoy delight with liberty?"  Edmund Spenser  "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
         
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 "I shall hear in heaven."  Beethoven  "There is a lion guarding those old stone gates."  Alfred Lord Tennyson  "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
 "In my opinion the trombone is the true head of the family of wind instruments, which I have named the 'epic" one..."
Hector Berlioz
 "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
         
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 "Where words fail, music speaks."  Hans Christian Andersen  "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company with other fashionable topics such as pictures, taste, Shakespeare and classical symphonies."
Oliver Goldsmith
 "Life without music is unthinkable... that is why my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein  "Give me books, fruit, French wine and fine weather and a little music out of doors."  John Keats  "Lunatic artist though I may be, this madman challenges you to pursue all of your creative imaginings."  Our hope of peace rests in you."  Leonard Bernstein
         
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 "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company with other fashionable topics such as pictures, taste, Shakespeare and classical symphonies."
Oliver Goldsmith
 "A single conversation with a wise friend is better than ten years' study of books."  Longfellow  "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
 "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
 "All is divine harmony."  John Muir

 

         
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 "in stillness we reach highest in meditation and farthest in prayer; every human being is a poet and most like an angel."  Leonard Bernstein  "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company with other fashionable topics such as pictures, taste, Shakespeare and classical symphonies."
Oliver Goldsmith
 "Life without music is unthinkable... that is why my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein  "I shall hear in heaven."  Beethoven  "Life without music is unthinkable... that is why my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein
         
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 "I think I did see all Heaven before me, and the great God, Himself."  George Friedrich Handel  "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
 "in stillness we reach highest in meditation and farthest in prayer; every human being is a poet and most like an angel."  Leonard Bernstein  "Sorrow is only one of the lower notes in the oratorio of our blessedness."  Adoniram Gorden  "Music is the highest revelation."  Beethoven
         
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 "It appears to me that it is the special province of music to move the heart."  Karl Philipp Emanual Bach  "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians." 
Robert Browning
 "Horns, sound for the Glory of God!"  Alfred Noyes  "All is divine harmony."  John Muir  "...music heard so deeply that it is not hard at all, but you become the music while it lasts."
T.S. Eliot
         
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"How sweet the moonlight sleeps as we sit upon this bank and let the sounds of music creep into the soft stillness." 
William Shakespeare
"How sweet the moonlight sleeps as we sit upon this bank and let the sounds of music creep into the soft stillness." 
William Shakespeare
     
         
         
  Berkshire FALL  
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 "After supper, Melville and I had a talk about time and eternity, things of this world and the next and books, naturally..." Hawthorne  "There are rainy days in autumn when the rocking chair in front of the fire simply demands a good book."  Theodore Roosevelt  "A woodland walk in quest of a rock-loving columbine is a salve to my worst wounds."  Emerson  "Let ivy stand without the door, let holly stand in the manor hall, fairest to behold." 
Shakespeare-Henry VI
 "Ay, thou art welcome, heaven's delicious breath; when woods begin to wear the crimson leaf..."
William Cullen Bryant
         
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"The woods of autumn all around our vale have put their glory on."
William Cullen Bryant

 

"Lunatic artist though I may be, this madman challenges you to pursue all of your creative imaginings.  Our hope of peace rests in you."  Leonard Bernstein  "Brom Bones always burst into a hearty laugh at the mention of the pumpkin, which led us to suspect that he knew more about the matter than he chose to tell."
Washington Irving
 "Arrowhead seems a ship's cabin; when I wake to the shrieking night wind, I fancy I had better rig in the chimney." 
Nathaniel Hawthorne
 "Thanksgiving Day; when all we Americans go back to the old homestead; it is the one day that is purely American."  O. Henry
         
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"Now as I was young and easy under the apply boughs, happy as the grass was green."
Dylan Thomas
"From all the hillsides mists were steaming up and Monument Mountain seemed to be enveloped in the smoke of a great battle."  Hawthorne "On woodlands ruddy with autumn, the amber sunshine lies; I look on the beauty 'round me and tears come to my eyes."
William Cullen Bryant
"There are rainy days in autumn and stormy days in winter when the rocking chair in front of the fire simply demands an accompanying book."  Theodore Roosevent "Ye cannot rival for one hour October's bright blue weather."
Helen Hunt Jackson
         
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"From all the hillsides mists were steaming up and Monument Mountain seemed to be enveloped in the smoke of a great battle."  Hawthorne

 

"Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats  "Thy woods, this autumn day, do all but cry out with color!"
Edna St. Vincent Millay

 

"He turns the seasons around and so she changes her gown-Mother Earth and Father Time."
E. B. White
"Lord, I do fear Thou'st made the world too beautiful this year!"
Edna St. Vincent Millay

 

         
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"The best of all physicians is apple pie and cheese!"
Eugene Field
"An apple tree puts to shame all the men and women who have attempted to dress fashionable since the world began."
Henry Ward Beecher
"Remember Johnny Appleseed all ye who love the apple.  He served his kind by word and deed, in God's grand greenwood chapel."
William Henry Venable
"Of course, this infernal atmosphere has given me a cold and I have sat shivering all day with an utter disinclination to move."  Hawthorne "Listen, the wind is rising and the air is wild with leaves.  We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves."
Humbert Wolfe

 

         
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"Listen, the wind is rising and the air is wild with leaves.  We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves."
Humbert Wolfe
"Think as autumnal leaves that strow the grounds at Vallombrosa."
John Milton
"It is a mild, mild wind and a gentle sky, and the air smells now as if it has blown from a far away nettle."
Melville
"It is a mild, mild wind and a gentle sky, and the air smells now as if it has blown from a far away nettle."
Melville
"Now, the sweet sunshine of October warms the grassy moulde. The purple oak leave falls and the birchen bow drops its bright spoil like arrowheads of gold."
William C. Bryant
         
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"Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats
         
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"Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness; close bosom friend of the maturing sun."  John Keats "All the world is one great pricker patch."
Julian Hawthorne
"What is a weed?...a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
         
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"I spied but one poor, pale, shivering little sprig of bittersweet, which had crept under the stone wall for shelter."  Hawthorne "On woodlands ruddy with autumn, the amber sunshine lies; I look on the beauty 'round me and tears come to my eyes."
William Cullen Bryant
     
         
         
  Berkshire SUMMER  
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 "The superiority of chocolate, both for health and nourishment will soon give it preference over many delightful gifts to be shared."
Thomas Jefferson
 "Thou art all that to me, love, a fountain and a shrine all wreath'd with fairy flowers."  Poe  "Sweet atmosphere of hazy blue, so leisurely, so soothing, so forgiving; even sometimes makes New England fit for living."
Robert Lowell
 "What more felicity can befall a creature than to enjoy delight with liberty?"  Edmund Spenser  "This exquisite abode is marvelous!  A French chateau mirrored in a Massachusetts pond!"
Henry James
         
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 "I wanted significant movement at Jacob's Pillow, frought with inner meaning, excitement and surge."  Martha Graham  "...standing at intervals along the winding path to the sea, stood great stone vases with looped garlands of petunia and scarlet geranium."  Edith Wharton  "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company with other fashionable topics such as pictures, taste, Shakespeare and classical symphonies."
Oliver Goldsmith
 "Life without music is unthinkable...that is why my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."
Leonard Bernstein
 "Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs, happy as the grass was green."
Dylan Thomas
         
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 "From morn to noon to dewy eve it fell; a perfect summer's day."
John Milton
 "From morn to noon to dewy eve it fell; a perfect summer's day."
John Milton
"Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive."  Wordsworth  "The lupine is now in its glory; such a profusion of the heavenly Elysian hue!"
Henry David Thoreau
"A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt
         
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"To sit in the shade on a fine day and gaze upon the verdure is the most perfect refreshment."
Jane Austin
"People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy to have such things about us."  Iris Murdough "Where is human nature as weak as in a bookstore?"
Henry Ward Beecher
"To sit in the shade on a fine day and gaze upon the verdure is the most perfect refreshment."
Jane Austin
"When Lady's Slippers all silvery dew'd do paint the meadows with delight."  Shakespeare
         
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 "Give me books, fruit, French wine and fine weather and a little music out of doors."  John Keats  "Thy slender delphinium spires entwined with blooming hollyhock bells, and a fragrance no rose of June can yield."
Emily Forman
"I know a little garden close, set thick with lily stars, where I would wander if I might."
William Morris
"My days have been so wondrous free, the feathery fairy seeds that fly with careless ease were not as blessed as I."  Anonymous "The fairest flowers o' the season."  Shakespeare
         
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"How sweet the moonlight sleeps as we sit upon this bank and let the sounds of music creep into the soft stillness." 
William Shakespeare
"How sweet the moonlight sleeps as we sit upon this bank and let the sounds of music creep into the soft stillness." 
William Shakespeare
     
         
         
  Berkshire WINTER  
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 "I spied but one poor, little shivering sprig of bittersweet, which had crept under the stone wall for shelter."
Nathaniel Hawthorne
 "Of course, this infernal atmosphere has given me a cold and I have sat shivering all day with an utter disinclination to move."  Hawthorne  "Shut in from all the world without; no matter how the north wind raved, we read by the hearth-fire's ruddy glow."  John Greenleaf Whittier   "I can't help wishing I could lay a young balsam fir in a letter, herewith, to wish you a Merry, Merry Christmas!"  Robert Frost  "Let us enjoy the complacencies of the peignoir and late coffee in a sunny window."  Wallace Stevens
         
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 "Nature is full of divinity and genius; not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand."  Thoreau  "Heaven grant you many,  many merry days."  Shakespeare  "Awake, ye muses nine, and sing me a strain divine.  Unwind the solemn twine, and tie my Valentine!"
Emily Dickenson
"...for the sun shines, now, no warmer than the moon."
Robert Frost
"Ring out the old, ring in the new, ring happy bells across the snow!"  Tennyson
         
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 "Out of the cloudfolds of Heaven's garments shaken, silent and soft and slow, descends the snow."  Longfellow  "Announced by all the trumpets of the sky arrives the snow."  Emerson "Between the woods and the frozen lake, he gives his harness bells a shake."
Robert Frost
   
         
  Berkshire SPRING  
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 "To become a mother is to fulfill the entire and holiest end of a woman's being."
Fanny Kemble
 "No one who has been in New England in May can forget the loveliness of the bluets."  Mrs. William Starr Dana  "Wake, buried Spirit, quit thy tomb, and thou shade-loving fiddlehead be born!"  Ebenezer Elliot of Sheffield  "Heart-leaves of lilacs covering all New England."
Robert Lowell
 "Outside the sugar-house, the March moon, though silent, showed every maple and lidded bucket."
Robert Frost
         
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 "When the yellow pansy's modest bell peeps from last year's leaves below."
William Cullen Bryant
"In May, when the winds pierced our solitudes, I found a rhodora in the woods.  O, purple rival of the rose!"  Emerson  "...and for the first time since some immemorial date, it was really a pleasant morning."
Nathaniel Hawthorne
"If spring came but once in a century, or burst forth with the sound of an archangel's trumpet, how men would believe!"
Emerson
 "...and for the first time since some immemorial date, it was really a pleasant morning."
Nathaniel Hawthorne
         
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"Spring, o'er every hill thy leaves are coming, snowy-blossomed hawthorn."
Ebenezer Elliot of Sheffield
"In the sweet o' the year when daffodils begin to peer, with a heigh ho, the doxy over the dale."
Shakespeare
"O dewy was the morning upon the first of May."
Fitch Ware
"Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the inner blossoms of the soul."  Jean Paul Richter  
         
  Berkshire GARDENS  
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 "Thou art all that to me, love, a fountain and a shrine all wreath'd with fairy flowers."  Poe  "...sweet atmosphere of hazy purple, so leisurely, so soothing, so forgiving, even sometimes makes New England fit for living."
Robert Lowell
 "I have a pretty little garden in which I take more satisfaction than anything in the world."  John Custis 1700  "Merrily, merrily shall I live now, o'er canopied with luscious woodbine, which hangs on the bough."
Shakespeare
 "Let ivy stand without the door, let holly stand in the manor hall, fairest to behold." 
Shakespeare
         
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 "This exquisite abode is marvelous!  A French chateau mirrored in a Massachusetts pond!"
Henry James
 "There are no ancient gentlemen but gardeners, ditchers and grave makers; they hold up Adam's profession."
Shakespeare
 "...standing at intervals along the winding path to the sea, stood great stone vases with looped garlands of petunia and scarlet geranium."  Edith Wharton  "This exquisite abode is marvelous!  A French chateau mirrored in a Massachusetts pond!"
Henry James
 "...there are lilies of all kinds blooming in the meadow."  Shakespeare
         
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"Larkspur, lifting turquoise spires, bluer than the sorcerer's fires."  Oliver Wendell Holmes  "The lupine is now in its glory; such a profusion of the heavenly Elysian hue!"
Henry David Thoreau
 "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."
Shakespeare
"There sleeps Titania, some time of the night, lulled in these flowers with dances and delight."
Shakespeare
"Born to the purple, born to joy and pleasance, thou makest radiant with thy presence the meadow and the lin."  Longfellow
         
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"In the very next garden, did not a magnolia open its pure white blooms against the watery blue of April?"  Edith Wharton "Shakespeare gives the greatest width of human passion; Dante, the greatest altitude and greatest depth."
T.S. Eliot
"To gild refined gold; to paint the lily is wasteful excess."  Shakespeare "I know a little garden close, set thick with lily stars, where I would wander if I might."  William Morris "Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps; perennial pleasures plants, and wholesome harvest reaps."  Amos Bronson Alcott
         
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"Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps; perennial pleasures plants, and wholesome harvest reaps."  Amos Bronson Alcott "All the world is one great pricker patch."
Julian Hawthorne
"There are wondrous things growing in my garden that were never sowed there."
Thomas Fuller
"What is a weed?...a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
         
         

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