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More than in any other performing arts the lack of respect for acting seems to spring from the fact that every layman considers hi ...
The disaster ... is not the money, although the money will be missed. The disaster is the disrespect--this belief that the arts ar ...
... when I finish reading People, I always feel that I have just spent four days in Los Angeles. Women's Wear Daily at least makes ...
The analogy between baseball fans and jazz fans is closer, it seems to me, than that between other audiences. The aficionados are ...
Improvisation was the blood and bone of jazz, and in the classic, New Orleans jazz it was collective improvisation in which each p ...
I should say that the most prominent scientific men of our country, and perhaps of this age, are either serving the arts and not p ...
Self-expression is not enough; experiment is not enough; the recording of special moments or cases is not enough. All of the arts ...
Humanity is the rich effluvium, it is the waste and the manure and the soil, and from it grows the tree of the arts.
As the distinctions among the arts are distinctions among the sensorial directions of aesthetic expression (sight, speech, hearing ...
In spite of their obvious differences, folk art and popular art have much in common; they are easy to understand, they are romanti ...
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