We do a lot of light classical programming with that, too... obviously... a lot of Tchaikovsky music, Grieg, things like that which have become less classical with classical concerts.

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I was fifteen years old, and I hardly knew how to play a simple Bach prelude on the piano when I began to compose music, and at the most advanced level. I had never studied such things as harmony.

By : Gyorgy Legeti

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It's really hard in this day and age, with radio and MTV being so consolidated, to get new music out there. I think we've become a really legitimate, viable avenue for getting new music out there.

By : Josh Schwartz

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That's what music is to me. Like, stuff that I really like to play loud. And I've got my quiet CDs, too, that I listen to around the house, but if you can't go there, then... Everyone gets so upset with me, I can't win.

By : Liz Phair

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That said, I'd love to do a musical, either in film or on stage.

By : Reese Witherspoon

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I am really a very shy person. If I appear, it is because of the music, not because I want to be seen.

By : Enya

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The stores and the things like that, the business side of things came out at the point when, I'd say probably in the early '70s, it looked like the year of the singer-songwriter was over, 'cause music changed in our time and the spotlight was out.

By : Jimmy Buffett

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I like the fact that music is more abstract.

By : Bryan Ferry

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Our music comes from our hearts - and it always has.

By : Lars Ulrich

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You don't want the biggest record deal as far as money goes, you just want to make sure that the people at the label really support your band and the music and stuff.

By : Adam Rich

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There's nothing to compare to live music, there just isn't anything.

By : Gloria Gaynor

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I wish to share and pass down some of my generation's traits, and encourage young people to create their own art, music, and literature.

By : David Amram

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For two thousand years, the Church has guided the development of music, carefully legislating to fuse artistic talent and aesthetic beauty with the demands of the Faith.

By : Richard Morris

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