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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- pure, genuine, artistic nature of music: “Therefore
- music represents what is supreme in art, because it has no
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- distinct in itself. Architecture differs from music,
- of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
- music, the seer must penetrate still further than the sphere
- connection with music and:the art of poetry arise in him.
- experiences that come from music in the realm of
- seership, music is not experienced as it is in ordinary
- lifted upward from the element of music.
- does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
- borne upwards and again drawn within the element of music,
- experiences: with regard to music and poetry.
- question arises: By means of what process does the musician
- produce from within himself what lives in his music? First of
- envisage this by thinking of the art of music,. While a man
- is unfolding musical or other mental images, and while in his
- instance, when a man has genuine-musical talent. How does
- is the result of inner destiny) produces musical talent or
- sensitiveness to music. Other special artistic faculties also
- the soul (where we are all of us musicians). When the balance
- the brain, there we find music. The process by which the
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- he only mercifully spares music, because music promotes courage
- appears perhaps most eminently in music, because in music there
- is no material factor to be discounted. Music is all form and
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- those souls in the form of musical fancy. Men will have
- tone; they will have to find the musical tone in their own
- — the musical symphony.”
- understood that this can only be expressed by musical sound.
- only be accomplished through a musical work of art. And the
- soul of the woman understood how a musical composition could
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