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Out of his wallet, he pulled an exercise-book in a peeling oil-cloth binding, inscribed Music...

"What is it?" she asked.
"My impressions of music. At one time I tried to reduce everything I heard to a system, to understand the logic of music before I understood the music itself. I took a fancy to a certain old man, a movie pianist, a former colonel of the Guards. What do instruments sound like? 'That's courage,' said the old man. 'Why courage?' I asked. He shrugged his shoulders. 'C major, B flat major, F flat major are firm, resolute, noble tones,' he explained. I made a habit of seeing him before the film began and treated him to my ration cigarettes–since I didn't smoke–and asked how music was to be understood....

"I continued visiting him at the theatre, and on candy-wrappers he wrote down the names of the works he played and their emotional effect. Open the note-book and we'll laugh together."...

She read:
"'Song of Maidens' from Rubinstein's Demon : Sadness.
"Schumann's Fantasiestuecke, No. 2 : inspiration.
"Barcarolle from Offenbach's *Tales of Hoffman
: love.
"Overture to Chaikovsky's Pique Dame : sickness."

She closed the book.
"I can't read any more," she said. "I'm ashamed of you."

He flushed, but did not yield.
"And, you know, I wrote and wrote, I listened and made notes, compared, collated. One day the old man was playing something great, inspired, joyous, encouraging, and I guessed at once what it connoted: it meant rapture. He finished the piece and threw me a note. It appeared that he had been playing Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre, a theme of terror and horror. And I realized three things: first, that my Colonel didn't understand a thing about music, second that he was as stupid as a cork, and third that only by smithing does one become a smith."

-excerpt from Red Planes Fly East by Pavlenko as quoted in Eisenstein's The Film Sense

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View down from 3rd Fl in Staten Island home. Residents trapped. 1at responders not on scene. Pls RT http://t.co/66yMXR2m

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"When you think of legendary dancers, a few people may come to mind-Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Mikhail Baryshnikov. The same holds true for musical talent. But when it comes to pantomime, there is only one universally acclaimed genius-Marcel Marceau. "He is one of the few undisputed masters of an art form," says Jeanine Thompson, a theater professor at Ohio State University and one of the artist's few protégés. "When you think of who it is that will be handing down the codification of the art form, it will be Marcel Marceau." To ensure that Marceau's legacy is preserved for generations to come, Ohio State's Advanced Computing Center for the Arts & Design (ACCAD) captured the intricacies and precision of the mime's trademark movements using the College of the Arts' new motion-capture system. The daylong mocap session was held during the French artist's recent visit to the university, where he taught classes and performed as part of a residency program. The digital data collected from the shoot will become part of the Marcel Marceau archives, established by the university in collaboration with the Marcel Marceau Mime Foundation in New York." - [By Karen Moltenbrey for Computer Graphics World](http://www.cgw.com/Publications/CGW/2001/Volume-24-Issue-8-August-2001-/All-Mime.aspx) (2001)

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Amusement park rides in Seaside Heights are in the ocean. Our Brian Thompson sent this pic of the Casino Pier roller coaster after the storm.

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