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** Fuente: [[w:Ralph Ellison|Ralph Ellison]] a Steve Cannon, [[w:Ishmael Reed|Ishmael Reed]] y Quincy Troupe (1977)<ref name=ellison/>
** Original (en inglés): Music is a more natural art form,... unlike the art of literature, wherein literacy, syntax, grammar and a knowledge of literary form must be acquired before emotions and ideas can be communicated successfully, musical skill can be acquired and expressed by ear... Many fine jazzmen have been illiterate, but for comparable figures in the field of literature you don't go to the illiterate writer, but to the gifted oral storyteller.<ref name=ellison>{{Versalita|Ellison}}, Ralph (en inglés). [https://books.google.es/books?id=L0lb8WoLRDkC&printsec=frontcover&hl=es#v=onepage&q=Steve%20Cannon&f=false ''Conversations with Ralph Ellison'', p. 344. Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1995.] En Google Books. Consultado el 2 de julio de 2019.</ref>
* «La música es una [[metafísica]] hecha sensible».<ref>{{Versalita|Ortega Blake}} (2013), p. 2809.</ref>
** [[Schopenhauer]]
* «La música es un eco del mundo invisible».<ref name="quyo">{{Versalita|Quiralte}}, Yolanda. ''Sotto Voce''. Editorial Harlequin, una división de HarperCollins Ibérica, 2016. ISBN 9788468790046.</ref>

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