Nigel Kennedy Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Nigel Kennedy

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Nigel Kennedy quotes: Bach was a top harmonist geezer, which is why the jazz cats love him. Bach was a top harmonist geezer, which is why the jazz cats love him.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: I've learnt new scales through playing different types of music, like Indian raga scales, gipsy scales and harmonically-based jazz scales. I've learnt new scales through playing different types of music, like Indian raga scales, gipsy scales and harmonically-based jazz scales.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: I hate complacency. I play every gig as if it could be my last, then I enjoy it more than ever. I hate complacency. I play every gig as if it could be my last, then I enjoy it more than ever.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: I see it as my job to try to keep Bach in the mainstream and present his music with, rather than without, its emotional core. I see it as my job to try to keep Bach in the mainstream and present his music with, rather than without, its emotional core.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: The Beatles are a classical group because they're classic. The Beatles are a classical group because they're classic.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: I'm always improving and I want to get better and never hit a plateau. I find it an amazing adventure. I'm always improving and I want to get better and never hit a plateau. I find it an amazing adventure.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: Menuhin was playing Bach on a fantastic spiritual level when he was a teenager. Menuhin was playing Bach on a fantastic spiritual level when he was a teenager.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: Why would you want to stand there waving a stick when you could be playing an instrument? Why would you want to stand there waving a stick when you could be playing an instrument?
Nigel Kennedy quotes: Even if you're playing Brahms or a Beethoven concerto, you've got to have a different vantage point, slightly, each time. Even if you're playing Brahms or a Beethoven concerto, you've got to have a different vantage point, slightly, each time.
Nigel Kennedy quotes: You can't learn pathos or profundity. You can't learn pathos or profundity.