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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • nature of the rhythmic breathing process. The poet of to-day still
    • strives to maintain the rhythm of the breath itself in the way he
    • pre-earthly life. For in our rhythmic system we are far nearer to the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • creative musician transposes the rhythm, the harmonies, and the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • prosaic speech into the poetic and artistic element of the rhythmic
    • poet still makes an effort to retain the rhythm of breathing in the
    • much closer to the spiritual world with our rhythmic system than with
    • it actually consisted only of vowels and was rhythmically half-sung.
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • nerve-sense man, rhythmic man, and metabolic-limb man. For all other
    • rhythmic man, limb man (not metabolic-limb man). Some perceptions are
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • the rhythm. Melody thus carries harmony upward; rhythm carries
    • The rhythmic element, on the other hand, assumes the greatest variety
    • of forms. The child will comprehend a certain inner rhythm while it
    • rhythm, however, the child should not be troubled until after it is
    • nine years old with the rhythm that is experienced, for example, in
    • a closer look at rhythm, we see that since the rhythmic element is
    • will when he wishes to experience music — it is the rhythmic
    • relationship to rhythm, all rhythm is based on the mysterious
    • rhythm; since these experiences are approximately the same, however,
    • people understand each other in reference to rhythm. All rhythmic
    • and inner creation of quality — the rhythm is carried on the
    • to experience rhythm gives you the limbs of the spirit. What have I
    • instead of “rhythmic man” — because it is lifted
    • we say, “rhythm.” We have the entire human being
    • of harmony, a touch of rhythm, but all interwoven in such a way that
    • harmony through rhythm into willing — finds emphatic expression
    • from the intervals into rhythm must be experienced fully by the
    • the rhythmic element of music.
    • possesses more inner rhythm and relates to the rhythmic element. An
  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • The composer translates into physical sounds the rhythms and harmonies
    • rhythms; he carries them down into his denser bodies. He is thus able
    • his ether-body, and to carry the rhythms into it. As a seal stamps
    • itself on the wax, so the astral body imprints the devachanic rhythms
    • spiritual tones and rhythms. The ether-body is lower than the astral
    • When a man listens to music, the seer can observe how the rhythms and
    • rhythms, and this gives feelings of pleasure both to a listener and to



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