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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • work an music produced in Vienna by Eduard Hanslick, the author of the
    • a new dawn in history. Hanslick's book may become an historic
    • in tones” — this was one of Hanslick's favourite expressions.
    • in the way in which the tones resound in and after one another. Hanslick
    • such a phenomenon? One can only say that Hanslick was pre-eminently
    • one epoch is not valid for the next. From Hanslick's standpoint
    • reconciling ourselves through the fact that music, as Hanslick understands
  • Title: Study of Man: Contents
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    • Beckmesser and Walther. Wagner and Hanslick. Variety of feeling in
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • Beckmesser and Walther. Wagner and Hanslick. Variety of feeling in
    • opponent in the person of Eduard Hanslick of Vienna, who looked upon
    • of view as the work of Eduard Hanslick On Beauty in Music. The
    • Hanslick then works out with wonderful purity his claim that the
    • dispute as this between Hanslick and Wagner could arise in the sphere
    • one-sided idea of Hanslick's could never have arisen. But if we
    • Hanslick's ideas which have a certain philosophical strength in them,
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • Hanslick in particular made this distinction in his book,
    • [Edward von Hanslick (1825–1904), music critic and
    • 1954.] Naturally, Hanslick ascribes a content to music, though



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