„Instrumentation is to music precisely what color is to painting.“

Cette face de l’instrumentation est exactement, en musique, ce que le coloris est en peinture.
A travers chants (1862), ch. 1 http://www.hberlioz.com/Writings/ATC01.htm; Elizabeth Csicsery-Rónay (trans.) The Art of Music and Other Essays (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994) p. 5.

Originál

Cette face de l’instrumentation est exactement, en musique, ce que le coloris est en peinture.

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