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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone: Lecture IV.
    • gait and posture. This faculty is only incorporated in man's nature
    • have in speech something essential to our nature here on earth. And
    • him in external nature — is an image of the spiritual. Now when
    • his whole nature — body, soul and spirit — not only
    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • soul provides the vowel nature. Thus when you embody in speech the
    • through its consonantal nature shapes and forms the vowel
    • nature of the rhythmic breathing process. The poet of to-day still
    • vowel nature — the soul — strikes its chords.
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • soul-nature, manifesting itself through the vowels, strikes upon the
    • consonantal nature, which is plastically shaped and formed in
    • moulded outwardly by the nature of the consonants, the sound is
    • soul-nature. Behind Aries maybe, is Saturn, a vowel element of soul.
    • sound dwells on earth in the element of air, so it is with the nature
    • man speaks, he makes use of his whole body. The consonant nature
    • liberate the consonant nature that permeates the human being for so
    • instrument in song — if we take the vowel nature out of the
    • Consonant-nature out of the human being, and there arises Form, which
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • can be embodied nowhere in nature; its features are divided among
    • depths of creative nature, as it were, man attains deliverance.
    • engaged with tone, he puts his ear to the very heart of nature
    • itself; he perceives the will of nature and reproduces it in series
    • being, and, in his deepest nature, man himself is such a spiritual
    • tone. On this basis, Paracelsus said, “The realms of nature are
    • The nature of the etheric and the sentient bodies is based on the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • nature surrounding us becomes intelligible. It also becomes
    • those who have sought to penetrate deeply into the nature of things,
    • which finds expression in the words, “In nature, it is the
    • that there are intentions in nature that she can neither bring
    • intentions in nature; he tries to combine them and represent them in
    • revelation of nature's secret intentions and that the creative
    • artist reveals the continuation of nature. The artist takes nature
    • forth from him. It is as if nature were not complete and in man found
    • the possibility of guiding her work to an end. In man, nature finds
    • end and of pouring forth what has been the intention of nature.
    • Goethe sees nature as the great, creative artist that cannot
    • intentions of nature through to the end and expresses them in his
    • hidden intentions of nature are discovered. Music, on the other hand,
    • the melodies and harmonies of tones, is nature's direct
    • will. Music is the expression of the will of nature, while all the
    • other arts are expressions of the idea of nature. Since music flows
    • beneath the skin and thus characterizes Bacchus's nature. It is
    • voluptuous nature, exuded it again. The painting of John, on the
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • nature of man in more detail. Man has a physical, an etheric, and an
    • ancient past are the ancestors of present-day physical human nature.
    • insect are of a physical nature. The chirping of the cricket, the
    • way we see how man's outer nature is connected with his inner
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • bears within himself but everything surrounding him in outer nature
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • painter, not merely to someone who looks at nature. The ear is
    • taking hold of our astral nature. There it gains influence over our
    • — do we still have in us the same activity of nature or the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • experienced in it. The whole emotional nature of man, however, is
    • this reason, music has no direct equivalent in outer nature. In
    • melody in human nature is that it makes the head of the human being
    • related to the nature of will — man must inwardly activate his
    • spiritual life, mention is made of man's sevenfold nature. The
    • theosophical movement also adopted this view of the sevenfold nature
    • I had to speak of a ninefold nature, further dividing the three
    • nature. Outer nature offers him no equivalent to the musical element;
    • nature, the limb system. Also, however, everything connected with the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • This spiritual scientific study is full of insights into the nature of
    • or four, realms of nature, namely, the mineral, plant, animal, and
    • because otherwise the soul qualities of human nature will simply
  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • It is the first lecture in the series The Inner Nature of Music,
    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • many men, and so he creates the archetypal image, which in nature is
    • So the artist surpasses nature. He extracts her archetypal essence,
    • creative depths of nature, he creates something real and achieves a
    • the Will in nature, to “things in themselves”; it
    • kingdoms of nature are the letters of the alphabet, and Man is the



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