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"Musicians take all the liberties they can..."  Beethoven  "Let the wild rumpus start!"  Maurice Sendak  "The musician talent may well show itself earliest of any, for music is something innate and natural."  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  "People who make music together have an indescribable 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
         
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"And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians."
Robert Browning
 "Horns,  sound for the Glory of God!"
Alfred Noyes
 "I shall hear in heaven."  Ludwig  von Beethoven  "There is a lion guarding those old stone gates."  Alfred Lord Tennyson  "Never look at the trombones, it only encourages them."  Richard Wagner
         
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"The trombone produces an impression of superhuman power which should be reserved for great occasions."
Albert Lavignac
 "Life without music is unthinkable.. that is why  my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians."
Robert Browning
"The musician talent may well show itself earliest of any, for music is something innate and natural."  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  "In my opinion, the trombone is the true head of the family of wind instruments, which I have named the "epic" one...
         
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"And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians."
Robert Browning
 "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
         
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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
 "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
         
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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  "In stillness we reach highest in meditation and farthest in prayer; every human being is a poet and most like an angel."  Leonard Bernstein  "I can only hope to touch someone's life as you have mine."  "I shall hear in heaven."  Ludwig von Beethoven  "All is divine harmony."  John Muir
         
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 "Where words fail, music speaks."  Hans Christian Andersen  "Life without music is unthinkable.. that is why  my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein  "I think I did see all Heaven before me, and the great God, Himself."  George Friedrich Handel  "And He shall reign forever and ever."
George Friedrich Handel
"And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians."
Robert Browning
         
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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  "Sorrow is only one of the lower notes in the oratorio of our blessedness."  Adoniram Gorden  "Music is the highest revelation."  Beethoven  "All is divine harmony."  John Muir "And God has a few into whose ear he whispers; 'tis the musicians."
Robert Browning
         
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 "Horns,  sound for the Glory of God!"
Alfred Noyes
 "It appears to me that it is the special province of music to move the heart."  Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach  "Horns, sound for the Glory of God!"
Alfred Noyes
 "The musical talent may well show itself earliest of any, for music is something innate and natural."  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  "It appears to me that it is the special province of music to move the heart."  Karl Philipp Emanuel Back
         
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   "Life without music is unthinkable... that is why my expressive contact with music is a total embrace."  Leonard Bernstein  "Horns, sound for the Glory of God!"
Alfred Noyes
 "The musical talent may well show itself earliest of any, for music is something innate and natural."  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  "...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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