„My music is best understood by children and animals.“

Igor Stravinsky. The Observer, Oct 8, 1961.
1960s

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compositor ruso 1882 - 1971

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—  Ted Haggard American minister 1956

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„Let my children have music! Let them hear live music. Not noise.“

—  Charles Mingus American jazz double bassist, composer and bandleader 1922 - 1979

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Contexto: Let my children have music! Let them hear live music. Not noise. My children! You do what you want with your own!

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„When I play music, that is my best yoga, the best meditation, the best prayer.“

—  Hariprasad Chaurasia Indian bansuri player 1938

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„Do I let my children listen to my music?' Of course I do. Shoot, the worst curse is a lie.“

—  Ol' Dirty Bastard American rapper 1968 - 2004

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„Animals that are killed for their flesh lead miserable lives. They are kept in disgusting conditions. The simplest little thing you can do not to hurt animals is just not eat them. I'm bringing my four children up vegetarian, and I know absolutely that I'm giving them the very best start in life.“

—  Sadie Frost English actress and producer 1965

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„Next to music, beer was best.“

—  Carson McCullers, libro The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

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„This is understood by none but the Children of Christ, who have known it by Experience.“

—  Jakob Böhme, The Way to Christ

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Contexto: This is understood by none but the Children of Christ, who have known it by Experience.
When Christ the Corner-stone stirreth himself in the extinguished Image of Man, in his hearty Conversion and Repentance, then Virgin Sophia appeareth in the Stirring of the Spirit of Christ in the extinguished Image, in her Virgin's Attire before the Soul; at which the Soul is so amazed and astonished in its Uncleanness, that all its Sins immediately awake in it, and it trembleth before her; for then the Judgement passeth upon the Sins of the Soul, so that it even goeth back in its Unworthiness, being ashamed in the Presence of its fair Love, and entereth into itself, feeling and acknowledging itself utterly unworthy to receive such a Jewel. This is understood by those who are of our Tribe, and have tasted of this Heavenly Gift, and by none else. But the noble Sophia draweth near in the Essence of the Soul, and kisseth it in friendly Manner, and tinctureth its dark Fire with her Rays of Love, and shineth through it with her bright and powerful Influence. Penetrated with the strong Sense and Feeling of which, the Soul skippeth in its Body for great Joy, and in the Strength of this Virgin Love exulteth, and praiseth the great God for his blessed Gift of Grace.

„In their sympathies, children feel nearer animals than adults.“

—  Jessamyn West American author 1902 - 1984

The Life I Really Lived, part 1 (1979)
Contexto: In their sympathies, children feel nearer animals than adults. They frolic with animals, caress them, share with them feelings neither has words for. Have they ever stroked any adult with the love they bestow on a cat? Hugged any grownup with the ecstasy they feel when clasping a puppy?

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„Listen to them — children of the night. What music they make.“

—  Bram Stoker, libro Drácula

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„Listen to them. Children of the night, what music they make.“

—  Garrett Fort screenwriter 1900 - 1945

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„737. The best smell is bread, the best savour salt, the best love that of children.“

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—  Makoto Shinkai Japanese anime director and former graphic designer 1973

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„Music is the best means we have of digesting time.“

—  W. H. Auden Anglo-American poet 1907 - 1973

A quotation from Igor Stravinsky, not Auden. Cited as Auden's through a misreading of a paragraph in Stravinsky: Chronicle of a Friendship, by Robert Craft (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972), p. 6. (The antecedent of "he" is unmistakably "Mr. S." in Craft's sentence: "He also makes a marvelous remark to the effect that 'Music is the best means we have of digesting time'"; and in the sentence that follows "he" is again Stravinsky, not Auden.)
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„The best music always results from ecstasies of logic.“

—  Alban Berg Austrian composer 1885 - 1935

Quoted by Donal Henahan in the New York Times Magazine, May 11, 1975.

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