David Santamauro wrote:
Wealthy churches in those days were often beneficiaries of very wealthy
rulers, princes, too.
And having what, 14 children? would certainly encourage you to seek
> "He regarded himself as a conscientious craftsman doing a job to the
I think that sums it up very well. Thanks, will add it to my quote
Notice: "craftsman". Not an "artiste" or a "diva" or any such thing.
Now put "superiors" in quotes (most modern artists really don't consider
anyone their superior), define "fellowmen" as "the small group of people
who are learned/educated/intelligent/etc enough to appreciate what I do
with music", and throw God out of the picture entirely (or substitute
"ME" for "God") - and I think you've got the modern attitude.
authenticity, honesty, community
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