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" IT will be generally admitted that Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man. "
Howards End - Page 38
by Edward Morgan Forster - 1921 - 393 pages
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An Encyclopedia of Quotations about Music

Nat Shapiro - Music - 1981 - 418 pages
...sound of blackness, but they're deaf to soul. Ralph Ellison ( 1914- ) Harpers Magazine, March 1967 It will be generally admitted that Beethoven's Fifth...noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man. EM Forster (1879-1970) Howards End, 1910 Composing is like making love to the future. Lukas Foss (1922-...
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Britische Kulturpolitik in Deutschland 1945-1949: Literatur, Film, Musik und ...

Gabriele Clemens - History - 1997 - 308 pages
...Roman von EM FORSTER ,Howards End' aus dem Jahre 1910 zitiert. So bemerkt Forster zur Musik Beethovens: „It will be generally admitted that Beethoven's...of Man. All sorts and conditions are satisfied by it."215. In einem dann folgenden Gespräch einer Britin mit ihren musikliebenden deutschstämmigen...
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The Cambridge Companion to Beethoven

Glenn Stanley - Music - 2000 - 373 pages
...by playing the Piano Sonata op. I11 on a rainy day in Florence20 and when Helen Schlegel listens to "the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man" - register the ongoing influence of Romanticism on literary allusion to Beethoven. For Forster's Helen,...
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What Good are the Arts?

John Carey - Art - 2006 - 286 pages
...in praise of music too, of course, as EM Forster's Bloomsburyish raptures in Howards End remind us ('It will be generally admitted that Beethoven's Fifth...noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man'). Indeed, for some writers it is precisely being empty of meaning that makes music good. Meaning limits....
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Twentieth-century British Authors and the Rise of Opera in Britain

Irene Morra - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 138 pages
...subsuming Beethoven's achievement within descriptive prose, but also of affirming in the novel's structure that "Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is the most sublime...noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man" (25). As they incorporate what they define as musical effect and appreciation within literary forms,...
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The Art of Teaching Music

Estelle Ruth Jorgensen - Education - 2008 - 344 pages
A veteran teacher's practical approach to music education
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