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Ned Rorem Quotes
Brief author info: Ned Rorem (1923- ) American composer and writer.
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Sooner or later you've heard all your best friends have to say Then comes the tolerance of real love.
An artist doesn't necessarily have deeper feelings than other people, but he can express these feelings. He is like everyone else-only more so! He speaks with a Formal Sigh.
Artists-by definition innocent-don't steal. But they do borrow without giving back.
To start writing about your life is, from one standpoint, to stop living it. You must avoid adventures today so as to make time for registering those of yesterday.
Greatness is not the effect of which inspiration is the cause. We are all inspired, but we are all not great.
Why, after all, must everyone like music? That they are missing something is just the lover's opinion.
Perfection is no more a requisite to art than to heroes. Frigidaires are perfect. Beauty limps. My frigidaire has had to be replaced.
It's not evil that's ruining the earth, but mediocrity. The crime is not that Nero played while Rome burned, but that he played badly.
Sooner or later you've heard about all your best friends have to say. Then comes the tolerance of real love.
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