„The light music of whisky falling into glasses made an agreeable interlude.“

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„Yes; as the music changes,
Like a prismatic glass,
It takes the light and ranges
Through all the moods that pass“

—  Alfred Noyes English poet 1880 - 1958
Context: Yes; as the music changes, Like a prismatic glass, It takes the light and ranges Through all the moods that pass; Dissects the common carnival Of passions and regrets, And gives the world a glimpse of all The colours it forgets. The Barrel Organ

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„Music is the arithmetic of sounds as optics is the geometry of light.“

—  Claude Debussy French composer 1862 - 1918
As quoted in Greatness : Who Makes History and Why by Dean Keith Simonton, p. 110

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„Dancing is music made visible.“

—  George Balanchine Georgian choreographer, dancer and ballet master (1904-1983) 1904 - 1983

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„Catching the light and falling into dark
And the world fades out like an overheard remark...
In the falling dark“

—  Bruce Cockburn Canadian folk/rock guitarist and singer-songwriter 1945
Title track, In The Falling Dark (See also: John Milton, Paradise Lost, Book I, lines 62-63) Just Listen.. http://www.youtube.com//watch?v=lYAFzVTLIQs

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„No music was made from grief, moulded from sorrow.“

—  Juhani Aho Finnish author and journalist 1861 - 1921
Juhani Aho. Yksin ("Alone," 1890, tr. as Seul 2013); cited in: Guri Barstad, ‎Karen P. Knutsen (2016), States of Decadence: On the Aesthetics of Beauty, Decline and Transgression across Time and Space Volume 1. p. 2

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