A rare experience of a moment at daybreak, when something in nature seems to reveal all consciousness, cannot be explained at noon. Yet it is part of the day's unity.
More Quotes from Charles Ives:In some century to come, when the school children will whistle popular tunes in quarter-tones-when the diatonic scale will be as obsolete as the pentatonic is now-perhaps then these borderland experiences may be both easily expressed and readily recognized.
There can be nothing exclusive about substantial art. It comes directly out of the heart of the experience of life and thinking about life and living life.
The fabric of existence weaves itself whole.
Now if you look out of that window and enjoy the mountains, how can you possibly look out of this window and enjoy the ocean
It is conceivable that what is unified form to the author or composer may of necessity be formless to his audience.
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