Richard Meale Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Richard Meale Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Richard Meale Sayings: I was not happy as a traveller, I did not feel really at home anywhere I was not happy as a traveller, I did not feel really at home anywhere I went, even in Spain which was the most I felt at home, I still was a foreigner. I missed Australia, and I can't tell why. It's just this is what I grew up with and this is the things I wanted to make meaning of in my life.
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Richard Meale Sayings: Music is for people to hear, I can't think of anything else it could be Music is for people to hear, I can't think of anything else it could be for. Unless you believe in God, and I don't think God really would be all that interested. I'm sure when Bach wrote for the greater glory of God, he really didn't think that God was going to sit down at breakfast and listen to his cantatas. I think he meant for higher purposes than earning a living.
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Richard Meale Sayings: I've always worked at the piano; I like to hear what I'm doing, I like I've always worked at the piano; I like to hear what I'm doing, I like the sound, to hear the actual sound. I get bored just looking at a manuscript.
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Richard Meale Sayings: Anything that we love seems to always come out in some form or another, but Anything that we love seems to always come out in some form or another, but once it gets into your brain, these things get processed, and they come out in new shapes and forms.
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Richard Meale Sayings: There's only just so much you can do; I prefer to do only a couple There's only just so much you can do; I prefer to do only a couple of things and go to some depth in them.
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Richard Meale Sayings: I had great difficulties learning to play initially because I could not think rhythmically properly, I had great difficulties learning to play initially because I could not think rhythmically properly, although it's an even-paced rhythm, I was not phrasing properly, I was too Western. It took me a while to learn to think in needed form, and the only way I could learn was just by ear.
Richard Meale Sayings: I was composing before I realised I was a composer. It came more or less I was composing before I realised I was a composer. It came more or less naturally. There were a couple of old ladies lived next door to me, and I frequented their house more than I did my own, because it had all those marvellous things in that that old ladies do have. And they had a piano, and I used to play around with that; they showed me how to read music and I used to play to them.
Richard Meale Sayings: It never occurred to me that there was anything odd about writing my own music, It never occurred to me that there was anything odd about writing my own music, and so I used to just jot down little ditties and things like that. And it was only in later years I suppose when I was about nine or so, that I realised there was this thing called composing.
Richard Meale Sayings: I was always self-taught, there was no-one to study with when I was doing composition. I was always self-taught, there was no-one to study with when I was doing composition.
Richard Meale Sayings: In studying music, you're dealing with a person, not just what comes to you on In studying music, you're dealing with a person, not just what comes to you on a piece of paper, and it's important to get hold of what it is that lies between that person as a person, and the things which they're producing on the paper. I don't know whether I see things in too complex a fashion, but often people will do things which are not actually their nature, but will do things because they think that's what they should do.
Richard Meale Sayings: The one thing I never did, I was never strict in my techniques. I might The one thing I never did, I was never strict in my techniques. I might have pretended in the past at times that I did work serially, or something like that, but I never did, it was always I let my ear tell me what to do.
Richard Meale Sayings: I use music as something from which I obtain some form of - I hate I use music as something from which I obtain some form of - I hate to use the word spiritual - guidance, an awareness of something more than the day-to-day or the petty. I am not reading Emanuel Kant to try to embark on a task of seeing if I can understand myself, what the aesthetic experience is. But I wholeheartedly believe in it, even though I think not too many do nowadays.