Writing about music is like dancing about architecture  

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This page Writing about music is like dancing about architecture is part of the music series.Illustration: Sheet music to "Buffalo Gals" (c. 1840), a traditional song.Maxim: "writing about music is like dancing about architecture".
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This page Writing about music is like dancing about architecture is part of the music series.
Illustration: Sheet music to "Buffalo Gals" (c. 1840), a traditional song.
Maxim: "writing about music is like dancing about architecture".

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"Writing about music is like dancing about architecture" is a maxim generally attributed to Martin Mull. It was first found in print in 1979[1].

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