"A composer who wishes to write worth-while music must devote his whole time and energy to that one occupation....A composer in order to study, learn and absorb all that the masters have to offer, and put to use that knowledge in his own works, must have the capacity to judge objectively an individuality that differs from his own."
---Compiled from Talks with Great Composers: Candid Conversations with Brahms, Puccini, Strauss, and Others by Arthur M. Abell
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Obstacles to Creativity:
*Being too busy and getting too involved with a problem*
*Having conflicting goals and objectives*
*Not allowing yourself enough time to relax*
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