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But in the end, music is ultimately an aural art, pure and simple. Leo Ornstein#Art 65
Leo Ornstein#Art 65
Of all the arts, music is really the most abstract. Leo Ornstein#Abstract 61
Leo Ornstein#Abstract 61
There are some people, by the way, that associate a certain amount of visualization with the performance of music. Those are people that really are not centrally concerned only with music, the traditional things. Leo Ornstein#Amount 61
Leo Ornstein#Amount 61
I think there have been some periods when the writing almost became a bit of a burden. Leo Ornstein#Almost 59
Leo Ornstein#Almost 59
Hopefully, I have a certain amount of what you call musical talent. Leo Ornstein#Amount 58
Leo Ornstein#Amount 58
A person improvising is sometimes very fortunate that just at that second things coincide. Leo Ornstein#Coincide 52
Leo Ornstein#Coincide 52
Today, with a recording, he can hear the thing enough times until he really gets acquainted with the language, and then he can begin to make an estimate of the intrinsic, aesthetic value of that piece of music. Leo Ornstein#Acquainted 47
Leo Ornstein#Acquainted 47
The difference between the student and the born composer is he really hears the thing, and they have to stage it and manipulate it by technical equipment. Leo Ornstein#Between 40
Leo Ornstein#Between 40
To the person that deals in visualizations, I suppose there is something rather exciting about a whole set of people - they all going symmetrically, up or down, in a military sort of precision. Leo Ornstein#Deals 25
Leo Ornstein#Deals 25
Improvisation is terribly haphazard. Leo Ornstein#Haphazard 13
Leo Ornstein#Haphazard 13
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