„One has a nose. The nose scents and it chooses. An artist is simply a kind of pig snouting truffles.“

—  Igor Stravinskij, 1962, quoted in Andriessen and Schoenberger, The Apollonian Clockwork (1989). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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