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1. "He would much rather hear a piano being demolished by illegal bulldozers than a Mozart concerto"
Author: Andy Stanton
2. "Lombardi: There's a whole series of beautiful Mozart and Wagner records, in still very pristine condition. But, never a Bible. Until now. May I ask what condition it's in?Eli: It's beat up. But it will do the job."
Author: Book Of Eli Movie
3. "Because it's a fucking disaster to be creative when you know you're not Mozart or Keats. Dammit, I got tired of scratching around in my past. There's nothing in me to justify the pretension of creativity. This came before anything, before you, before Raquel, this is a matter of my own emptiness, my awareness of my own limits, maybe my sterility. Does what I'm saying to you seem awful? Now you want to come along and sell me an illusion, which I don't believe in but which does make me believe that either you're a fool or you underestimate my intelligence. Why don't you just leave me alone, so I can fill the emptiness in my own way? Let me see things for myself, learn if something can still grow in my soul, an idea, a faith, because I swear to you, Laura, my soul is more desolate than this rock landscape you see here… why?"
Author: Carlos Fuentes
4. "Nem volt erom újra átérezni azt a megmagyarázhatatlan rettenetet, amelyet a hiánya és a tudat idézett elo bennem, hogy végérvényesen elveszítettem. Tudtam, hogy egyszer, hónapokkal, évekkel késobb még visszatér hozzám, s hogy örökre emlékezni fogok az érintésére, a mozdulataira, a szavaira, amelyek nem hozzám tartoztak, és amelyekre valószínuleg nem is voltam méltó."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
5. "Miracle I have just listened to this symphony which Mozart dashed off in one day and it had enough wild and crazy joy to last forever, whatever forever is Mozart came as close as possible to that."
Author: Charles Bukowski
6. "Louis Armstrong on Mondays, Frank Sinatra on Wednesdays, Glenn Miller on Fridays, and Mozart on Sundays. Unless it was raining. If it's raining, it's always Billie Holiday."
Author: Clare Vanderpool
7. "Se c'è una cosa che mi fa impazzire del cinema, è la terapia del dolore. La rimozione dell'infelicità. La censura della fatica di uscirne. La vita che ricomincia solo quando è tornata sopportabile. Non so che darei per praticare il «sei mesi dopo» nella vita non filmica.Oh, lo so cosa state pensando. Sento già l'obiezione: «Sì, d'accordo, ma anche quel tempo intermedio è vita: se lo salti, è come se morissi nell'intervallo».Sentite questa, allora: «Meglio aggiungere vita ai giorni che giorni alla vita».Bella, eh?E sapete chi l'ha detta?Rita.Levi.Montalcini.Ecco chi.Per cui, al diavolo la retorica dela vita che vale la pena anche quando è sofferenza. Io,se posso, la sofferenza la evito."
Author: Diego De Silva
8. "[The Head of Radio Three] had been ensnared by the Music Director of the college and a Professor of Philosophy. These two were busy explaining to the harassed man that the phrase "too much Mozart" was, given any reasonable definition of those three words, an inherently self-contradictory expression, and that any sentence which contained such a phrase would be thereby rendered meaningless and could not, consequently, be advanced as part of an argument in favour of any given programme-scheduling strategy."
Author: Douglas Adams
9. "Beethoven tells you what it's like to be Beethoven and Mozart tells you what it's like to be human. Bach tells you what it's like to be the universe."
Author: Douglas Adams
10. "U srednjem sloju nikada nema neugodnih iznenadenja i strahova. Stišcu se jedno uz drugo u iluziji da ce im tako biti toplije. U osrednjosti nikada nisi sam, a ponajmanje sam sa sobom. Kako li su samo zadovoljni takvim stanjem stvari! Ne moraju si predbacivati ni zbog cega u životu niti im itko išta može predbaciti zbog njihova života. I Erikino predbacivanje da im je neka izvedba neuspjela odbija se o mekan zid njihove strpljive osrednjosti. Ona, Erika, sama je s druge strane zida i umjesto da se ponosni time, ona im se zbog toga osvecuje. Tako da ih svaka tri mjeseca tjera kroz drvena vratašca obora, što ih mora širom držati otvorena da bi te budale uopce mogle uci. S izrazom samozadovoljstva i dosade na licu, mekecuci i gurkajuci se, ulaze u obor, a glupana koji je zastao da dohvati kaput u zadnjem redu garderobe, jednostavno pregaze. Najprije žele uci, a zatim što prije izici. I to svi zajedno. Misle: dodu li brže na pašnjak glazbe, moci ce prije otici."
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
11. "Život je poput mozaikaI ne možeš vidjeti njegova likaDok ne pogledaš iz daljineJer bezlican izgleda iz blizine."
Author: Ema Botica
12. "Mozart often wrote to his family that certain variations or sections of pieces were so successful that they had to be encored immediately, even without waiting for the entire piece to end."
Author: Emanuel Ax
13. "A kapu elott megváltásnak érzem a sötétséget és a szelet. Lélegzem, ahogy csak a tüdombol telik, s arcomon oly melegnek és lágynak érzem a levegot, mint még soha. Leányok, virágos rétek, fehér felhok képe surran át hirtelen a fejemen. Lábam magától mozog a bakancsban, gyorsabban megyek, szaladok. Katonák haladnak el mellettem, beszélgetésük felizgat, anélkül, hogy megérteném. A földben erok keringenek, s a talpamon át belém áradnak. Elektromosság pattog az éjszakában, a front tompán dübörög, mint egy dobverseny. Tagjaim hajlékonyan mozognak, ízületeimet erosnek érzem, lihegek, fújok. Az éjszaka él, és én is élek."
Author: Erich Maria Remarque
14. "Beethoven, Wagner, Bach, and Mozart settled down day after day to the job in hand. They didn't waste time waiting for inspiration."
Author: Ernest Newman
15. "Se è faticoso star con me, perché non te ne vai?" Tu hai schiacciato tutte le emozioni. Per questo non ti arrabbi, non perché sei equilibrato, ma semplicemente perché hai represso le emozioni: via l'amore, via la rabbia, tutto viene nascosto."
Author: Fabio Volo
16. "Leggere mette in moto tutto dentro te: fantasia, emozioni, sentimenti. È un'apertura dei sensi verso il mondo, è un vedere e riconoscere le cose che ti appartengono e che rischiano di non essere viste, fa scoprire l'anima delle cose. Leggere significa trovare le parole giuste, quelle perfette per esprimere ciò a cui non riuscivi a dare forma. Trovare una descrizione a ciò che tu facevi fatica a riassumere. Nei libri le parole degli altri risuonano come un'eco dentro di noi, perché c'erano già."
Author: Fabio Volo
17. "Un giorno, però, lo sguardo di uno sconosciuto ti inchioda al muro. Una persona ti sfiora appena e inaspettatamente, in un istante, avverti una sensazione che non hai mai provato in tutta la tua vita. Un'emozione che quasi ti spaventa, più potente delle tue convinzioni e dei tuo valori, gli stessi che hai sostenuto e per i quali ti sei sempre battuta."
Author: Fabio Volo
18. "I think that if Mozart were alive today and decided to become a novelist, he would write humorous fantasy."
Author: Frank P. Ryan
19. "U delfínu strídave spí jedna, poté druhá mozková hemisféra, aby se neutopili."
Author: František Koukolík
20. "Egymásra néztek, azzal a mozdulatlan, éles, belehatoló tekintettel, amikor két lélek komolyan hiszi: eggyé tud olvadni. Egymást keresték a másik szemében, a szeme mögött, a létezés megfejhetetlenségében s ismeretlenjében. Néma, makacs kérdéssel kutatták egymást. Mit jelent majd egyik a másiknak? Milyen lesz az élet, amit együtt kezdenek? Milyen örömöket, boldogságot, csalódást tartogatnak egymás számára a házasság hosszú, felbonthatatlan, bizalmas kettesében? És mind a ketten azt érezték, hogy még sohasem látták egymást."
Author: Guy De Maupassant
21. "Dok god muzika svira, igraj dok te noge nose. Razumes li sta ti govorim? Igraj dok te noge nose. Ne smes da razmisljas zasto igras. Ne smes da razmisljas o znacenju toga. Jer, u osnovi, znacenja nema. Pocnes li da razmisljas, noge ce ti se zaustaviti. Zaustave li ti se jednom noge, ja tu vise nista ne mogu. Tvoje veze ce nestati. Nestace zauvek! I vise neces moci da zivis nigde drugde osim u ovom svetu. Brzo ces biti uvucen u ovaj svet. Zato noge ne smeju da ti se zaustave. Koliko god ti se cinilo besmisleno, ne smes da mislis na to. Prati korake i igraj dok te noge nose. A ono otvrdlo razmeksaj, makar malo. Mora da je ostalo i nesto za sta jos nije prekasno. Upotrebi sve sto se moze upotrebiti. Ucini sve sto mozes. Nema cega da se plasis. Svakako si umoran. Umoran si i uplasen. Svi imaju takve trenutke. Cini ti se da je sve pogesno. I noge ti se zaustave."
Author: Haruki Murakami
22. "I have heard of the stars, of the play of light on the wavesthese i would like to seebut far more than sight i wish for my ears to be openedthe voice of a friendthe imaginations of mozartlife without these is darker by far than blindness"
Author: Helen Keller
23. "Go to Mozambique! As long as you don't expect to find flawless infrastructure, just go. Because this is a country where people have not quite grown accustomed to tourists. You still feel a genuineness that no longer exists in countries where tourism has been industrially developed."
Author: Henning Mankell
24. "Mozart is waiting for me. Pablo is waiting for me."
Author: Hermann Hesse
25. "Ne valja kada covecanstvo prenapreze mozak i pomocu razuma pokusava da uredjuje stvari koje uopste nisu pristupacne razumu. Tada se radjaju ideali kao sto su ideali Amerikanaca ili Boljsevika, koji su, i jedni i drugi neobicno razumni, ali koji ipak vrse nasilje i pljacku nad zivotom, jer ga tako naivno uproscuju. Slika coveka, nekada visok ideal, pocinje da se pretvara u klise. Mozda cemo je mi ludaci oplemeniti."
Author: Hermann Hesse
26. "The age of clear answers was over. So was the age of characters and plots. Despite her journal sketches, she no longer really believed in characters. They were quiant devices that belonged to the nineteenth century. The very concept of character was founded on errors that modern psychology had exposed. Plots too were like rusted machinery whose wheels would no longer turn. A modern novelist could no more write characters and plots than a modern composer could a Mozart symphony. It was thought, perception, sensations that interested her, the conscious mind as a river through time, and how to represent its onward roll, as well as the tributaries that would swell it, and the obstacles that would divert it. If only she could reproduce the clear light of a summer's morning, the sensations of a child standing at a window, the curve and dip of a swallow's flight over a pool of water. The novel of the future would be unlike anything in the past."
Author: Ian McEwan
27. "Mozart's music is like an X-ray of your soul - it shows what is there, and what isn't."
Author: Isaac Stern
28. "Ali nocu, tek nocu, kad ozive i planu nebesa, otvara se, beskrajnost i silna snaga toga sveta u kom se ziv covek gubi i ne moze da se priseti ni sama sebe ni kuda je posao ni sta hoce ni sta treba da radi. Tu se samo zivi, istinski, vedro i dugo; tu nema reci koje tesko obavezuju za ceo zivot, ni smrtonosnih obecanja ni bezizlaznih polozaja, sa kratkim rokom koji neumoljivo tece i istice, a sa smrcu ili sramotom kao jedinim izlazom na kraju. Da, tu nije kao u dnevnom zivotu, gde ono sto je jednom receno ostaje neporecivo, a obecano neizbezno. Tu je sve slobodno, beskrajno, bezimeno i nemo."
Author: Ivo Andric
29. "I'll go to the south of Sicily in the winter, and paint memories of Arles – I'll buy a piano and Mozart me that – I'll write long sad tales about people in the legend of my life – This part is my part of the movie, let's hear yours"
Author: Jack Kerouac
30. "Nem kell úgy rohanni folektor. Ez a baj a jó lábakkal, az ember túl sokat futkos velük. Ha viszont nem megy olyan könnyen a mozgás, hát maradsz a seggeden, amíg nem vagy benne biztos, hogy ideje indulni."
Author: Joe Abercrombie
31. "A bölcsesség úgy áramlik a balgasághoz, mint az ész az érzelmekhez. S a világban sokkal több az érzelem, mint az ész. Ami az életet mozgásban tartja, az élet forrása a balgaság. Mert mi egyéb a szerelem? Miért házasodik az ember, ha nem balgaságból, mely soha nem ismer akadályt? Minden élvezet, minden szórakozás csak a balgaság fuszere."
Author: Johan Huizinga
32. "The man on the street, he knows who Beethoven is, he knows who Mozart is."
Author: Joshua Bell
33. "Anybody can put things together that belong together. to put things together that don't go together, and make it work, that takes genius like Mozart's. Yet he is presented in the play Amadeus as a kind of silly boy whom the gods loved."
Author: Lukas Foss
34. "It is tough to say what has influenced me the most because I know that Mozart makes me think better, but you cannot beat Dave Matthews for feeling good!"
Author: Mackenzie Astin
35. "I'm obviously attuned to pick up mathematics whenever I can see it. But in Mozart there is a lot of conscious use of mathematical symbolism and numbers in order to try and give messages."
Author: Marcus Du Sautoy
36. "In Mozart and Salieri we see the contrast between the genius which does what it must and the talent which does what it can."
Author: Maurice Baring
37. "Of course, it's hard to support full-time programmers, so we do get funds from a set of companies that are interested in the health of the Mozilla project and so are willing to support the people working for the Foundation as well."
Author: Mitchell Baker
38. "The Mozilla project is big in terms of lines of code and complexity."
Author: Mitchell Baker
39. "We'll win, of course," he said. "You don't want that," said the demon. "Why not, pray?""Listen," said Crowley desperately, "how many musicians do you think your side have got, eh? First grade, I mean." Aziraphale looked taken aback. "Well, I should think-" he began. "Two," said Crowley. "Elgar and Liszt. That's all. We've got the rest. Beethoven, Brahms, all the Bachs, Mozart, the lot. Can you imagine eternity with Elgar?"
Author: Neil Gaiman
40. "Mozart has written opera, symphony, sacred and chamber music - not to mention his piano and violin concerti."
Author: Neville Marriner
41. "Kad sam imao petnaest godina, radio sam u vocnjaku i brao jagode. Vecina drugih radnika bili su nadnicari. S nama su radili i neki nastavnici, zaradujuci tako dodatni novac za ljeto. Spomenuo sam to ocu i rekao kako mi se cini da je taj posao ispod njihove razine. (Izgleda da sam mislio i da je ispod moje.) Dobio sam jezikovu juhu kakvu cu pamtiti. Otac je vjerovao da fizicki rad ne može biti ispod necije razine. Rekao je da bi više volio da postanem najbolji kopac kanala na svijetu nego da se lijeno provlacim kao samozadovoljni elitist iza kakvog uredskog stola.Vratio sam se u vocnjak, što ne znaci da mi se posao sad više svidao. U svakom slucaju, zapamtio sam oceve rijeci. Promijenio sam stav i marljivije prionuo na posao."
Author: Randy Pausch
42. "I'm not trying to overcome my father or fill his shoes or reach any kind of level that he did. We're talking about a Mozart of rock music."
Author: Sean Lennon
43. "Mozart was a punk, which people seem to forget. He was a naughty, naughty boy."
Author: Shirley Manson
44. "It is a sobering thought that when Mozart was my age, he had been dead for two years."
Author: Tom Lehrer
45. "If Mozart were around now he would write a killer rock song."
Author: Vanessa Carlton
46. "Treba se cuvati sanjarije koja se namece. Sanjarija nosi u sebi tajanstvenost i opojnost mirisa.Ona je katkada kao otrovna ideja koja se siri i prodire kao dim. Covek moze da otruje snovima isto onako kao i sa cvecem. Opojno divno i kobno samoubistvo.Rdjave misli su samoubistvo duse.U tome se i sastoji trovanje. Masta privlaci, pridobija lepim,mami,veze,a potom postajete njen saucesnik. Ona vas uortaci da zajednicki obmanjujete svest. Opcini vas,a potom vas pokvari. O mastanju se moze reci ono isto sto i o igri. Najpre bivas prevaren,a zatim i sam postajes varalica."
Author: Victor Hugo
47. "Se si alzavano gli occhi e li si guardava direttamente, ciò che lei definiva l' ‘essere innamorati' li sommergeva. Essi divenivano parte di quell'universo irreale ma penetrante ed eccitante che è il mondo visto attraverso gli occhi dell'amore. Il cielo li compenetrava; gli uccelli cantavano in loro. E, cosa ancor più emozionante, ella sentiva anche […] che la vita, prima spezzettata in piccoli episodi distinti che si vivevano uno per volta, ora si increspava e si distendeva come un'onda che ti solleva e ti fa ricadere, là, con un tonfo sulla spiaggia."
Author: Virginia Woolf
48. "Since the Renaissance, Shakespeare, Rembrandt, Mozart, and a host of others have shown that this religious dimension can be experienced and communicated apart from any religious context. But that is no reason for closing my heart to Job's cry, or to Jeremiah's, or to the Second Isaiah. I do not read them as mere literature; rather, I read Sophocles and Shakespeare with all my being, too."
Author: Walter Kaufmann
49. "Because of Mozart, it's all over after the age of seven."
Author: Wendy Wasserstein
50. "Even then, she still held a secret passion for Mozart. When he died in 1791, her grief made her provoke the people into starting the French Revolution. Stepping up to the guillotine herself, she ordered the executioner to behead her, thereby committing assisted suicide."
Author: Yasutaka Tsutsui

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