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- Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
- worlds; that is to say, to regard what is clothed in musical tones,
- form of musical tones, the impetus towards the spiritual world; who
- purely formal music which Richard Wagner wanted to surmount, was vigorously
- work an music produced in Vienna by Eduard Hanslick, the author of the
- (“On the Beautiful in Music.”).
- make music in the way Richard Wagner makes it; that is not music at
- all, for music there sets out with the intention of pointing to something
- that lies outside music, to something super-sensible. Music is an “arabesque
- In other words, music is an arabesque-like interweaving of tones, and
- the musical-aesthetic enjoyment of it may consist in purely human delight
- says that Richard Wagner is no musician, that he simply does not understand
- the essence of the musical, that the essence of music lies simply in
- one can say: Richard Wagner is no musician. But then one would have
- reconciling ourselves through the fact that music, as Hanslick understands
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