In this case "frame" is being used to mean "conceive" or "design". The framer is going to construct a possible solution or outcome or plan.Originally Posted by beeja
This is saying that the music will be excellent when the performer understands the music well enough to understand which particular notes are the most important notes. he/she will then be able to emphasize those notes in a performance.2) Pls help me explain the below sentence.
The music soars when a performer distinguishes the notes whose impulse carries the musicís structure from those that are purely decorative.
It means that everything about that venture (undertaking, action, etc.) was unfamiliar to him (first time, no experience).3) "how unfamiliar to him were all aspects of this venture" means something like "the problem he is not familiar is challenge"??
I'm not sure about this one. I think it means that you have to be able to imagine yourself being beautiful or talented, etc. before you can actually be beautiful or talented, etc.4) Pls explain "The only Grace you can have is the grace you can imagine."
I would not use "gracing" there. This seems to be about taking responsibility for what happens to oneself.and how about "Gracing yourself with responsibility for everything that happens in your life leaves your spirit whole, and leaves you free to choose again"??
I don't think so. This "gravity" refers to a force that makes something heavy or weighty. Beautiful music is very light and soars to the heavens, metaphorically, of course. :wink:5) "A beautiful Sonata escapes gravity." Does gravity here mean "strictness"? You know, some kind like "To play a beautiful Sonata, you need not to strictly play the notes". Just guess, ha ha.
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