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Giacomo Puccini
(1858-1924) born on
Dec 22
Italian composer. He wrote many operas with exotic settings including "La Boheme," 1896 and "Madame Butterfly," 1904.
         
   
F
. . . colors like a flourish of trumpets or pianissimo on the violin, great, calm, oscillating, splintered surgances . . . . Is this not form?

R
Inspiration is an awakening, a quickening of all man's faculties, and it is manifested in all high artistic achievements.
A
Art is a kind of illness.
N
Cold calculation, random spots of color, mathematically exact construction (clearly shown or concealed), drawing that is now silent and now strident . . . . Is this not form?
K
The work comes into the world at an undetermined hour, from a still unknown, but it comes inevitably.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "Talks with Great Composers," by Arthur Abell, 1964.
R: In "Talks with Great Composers," by Arthur Abell, 1964.
A: In "Five Thousand Quotations for all occasions," by Lewis C. Henry, 1945.
N: In "Talks with Great Composers," by Arthur Abell, 1964.
K: In "Talks with Great Composers," by Arthur Abell, 1964.
   


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