"Practicing music is a strange art. You just don’t pick up your instrument and play a song. You have to begin by playing scales, like the most basic C scale. When he was ninety-one, Casals was approached by a student who asked, 'Maestro, why do you continue to practice?' Casals replied, 'Because I am making progress.'"
(page 215, Kindle Edition)
"Think of it, she said, not just as variations in sounds but as different colors. Red was fortissimo (really loud). Orange, forte (loud). Yellow, mezzo forte (medium). Blue, piano. Light blue, pianissimo (quiet)."
(page 251, Kindle Edition)
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