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John Eliot Gardiner
“Kepler reportedly said, amid the massacres of religious wars, the laws of elliptical motion belong to no man or principality.’17 The same could be said of music.”
John Eliot Gardiner, Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven

Michael Ondaatje
“It was a music that had so little wisdom you wanted to clean nearly every note he passed, passed it seemed along the way as if travelling in a car, passed before he even approached it and saw it properly. There was no control except the mood of his power … and it is for this reason it is good you never heard him play on recordings. If you never heard him play some place where the weather for instance could change the next series of notes—then you should never have heard him at all. He was never recorded.”
Michael Ondaatje, Coming Through Slaughter

Michael Ondaatje
“Always listening, listening to the wet fluid speech with no order, unfinished stories, badly told jokes that he sober as a spider perfected in silence.”
Michael Ondaatje, Coming Through Slaughter

John Eliot Gardiner
“This faculty is mother wit, the creative power through which man is capable of recognising likenesses and making them himself. We see it in children, in whom nature is more integral and less corrupted by convictions and prejudices, that the first faculty to emerge is that of seeing similarities.”
John Eliot Gardiner, Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven

Michael Ondaatje
“as if he were trying to escape the smell of her words as if the air from her talking came into his mouth and filled it puffed it up with poison so the brain was put to sleep and he could do nothing with it only react in his flesh.”
Michael Ondaatje, Coming Through Slaughter

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