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    come through?

    Is "come through" "come into being" or "succeed in doing something"?

    ex)....A young composer who takes a shortcut in this technical training in his rush to play the role of a composer will dry up very fast. If you learn the proper techniques, then the passion, if it is genuine, will come through.

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    Re: come through?

    Is "come through" "come into being" or "succeed in doing something"?

    ex)....A young composer who takes a shortcut in this technical training in his rush to play the role of a composer will dry up very fast. If you learn the proper techniques, then the passion, if it is genuine, will come through.


    keannu.
    "come into being" is closest.
    The point being made is that a young composer shouldn't undervalue technique because only by mastering technique will he have the tools to allow his creativity and passion to emerge (come through), and continue doing so over a long period.

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