Executant Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Executant Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Executant Sayings By George Steiner: The private reader of listener can become an executant of felt meaning when he learns The private reader of listener can become an executant of felt meaning when he learns the poem or the musical passage by heart. To learn by heart is to afford the text or music an indwelling clarity and life-force. — George Steiner
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Executant Sayings By Henry James: The advantage, the luxury, as well as the torment and responsibility of the novelist, is The advantage, the luxury, as well as the torment and responsibility of the novelist, is that there is no limit to what he may attempt as an executant - no limit to his possible experiments, efforts, discoveries, successes. — Henry James
Executant Sayings By Wyndham Lewis: The teacher does not have to be, although he has to know: he is the The teacher does not have to be, although he has to know: he is the mind imagining, not the executant. — Wyndham Lewis
Executant Sayings By Anthony Powell: Pictures, apart from their aesthetic interest, can achieve the mysterious fascination of those enigmatic scrawls Pictures, apart from their aesthetic interest, can achieve the mysterious fascination of those enigmatic scrawls on walls, the expression of Heaven knows what psychological urge on the part of the executant; — Anthony Powell
Executant Sayings By Adolf Hitler: The young [Nazi] movement is in its nature and inner organization anti-parliamentarian; that is, it The young [Nazi] movement is in its nature and inner organization anti-parliamentarian; that is, it rejects ... a principle of majority rule in which the leader is degraded to the level of mere executant of other people's wills and opinion. — Adolf Hitler
Executant Sayings By Baroness Orczy: Music is the most absorbing of all the arts. It absorbs the mind of the Music is the most absorbing of all the arts. It absorbs the mind of the artist, whether creator or executant, to the exclusion of every other consideration outside his own immediate necessities or desires. — Baroness Orczy
Executant Sayings By Thomas Hardy: My weakness has always been to prefer the large intention of an unskilful artist to My weakness has always been to prefer the large intention of an unskilful artist to the trivial intention of an accomplished one: in other words, I am more interested in the high ideas of a feeble executant than in the high execution of a feeble thinker. — Thomas Hardy