„For the music, it’s not about the individual — so the more you let the music speak for yourself, the more powerful the music will be.“

—  Maynard James Keenan, Carl Kozlowski (September 11, 2008) "Taste in the making: Tool’s Maynard James Keenan shifts his focus from writing dark lyrics to creating zesty wines" http://www.pasadenaweekly.com/cms/story/detail/taste_in_the_making/6378/, Pasadena Weekly. Southland Publishing.
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„It is necessary to abandon yourself completely, and let the music do as it will with you.“

—  Claude Debussy French composer 1862 - 1918
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„Which is more musical, a truck passing by a factory or a truck passing by a music school?
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—  John Cage American avant-garde composer 1912 - 1992
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„There is nothing more regenerating than music.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos Filipino politician 1871 - 1928
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„Music has no subject beyond the combinations of notes we hear, for music speaks not only by means of sounds, it speaks nothing but sound.“

—  Eduard Hanslick austrian musician and musicologist 1825 - 1904
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