"Since d'Indy is on record as saying, 'There is in art, truly, nothing but the heart that can produce beauty,' it is evident that he believes in the emotional element in music."
(location 3979, Kindle Edition)
"This return to the greater flexibility and variety of the old modes is a significant feature in modern music and Debussy's example in this respect has been highly beneficial."
(location 4062, Kindle Edition)
"The French nature, which is highly emotional and yet, at its best, always controlled  by a regard for fitness and clarity of thought, is particularly suited to express itself worthily in music, for in no other form of artistic endeavor is this balance more requisite."
(location 4205, Kindle Edition)
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