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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • each of them can at the same time be conceived as a form), these
    • the time it is shaped out of the spiritual world. This matter can be
    • element, which is at the same time an element of speech; and this
    • gate of death is at the same time a passing from the earthly world
    • planets, then the heavens of the fixed stars, conceived from time
    • same time a hearing; and when he says: — Man sees from the
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
    • have described them, albeit to describe them we must sometimes bring
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • kind of instinctive presentiment of the actual situation. The reason
    • time the human being falls asleep and loses consciousness, his astral
    • soul feels at home there. Each time he listens to music man senses,
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • in due time more and more is revealed. Man lives in this world for
    • transparent, and the light becomes ever clearer and at the same time
    • ordinary human being passes through these three worlds time after
    • time, but he knows nothing about it, because he is conscious neither
    • experience itself anew in the onward-flowing stream of time. Just as
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • individuality will make up the 200 years during his next time in
    • to the physical plane. The time in the spiritual world thus can be
    • plane of the earth at that time, there was a kind of strangely shaped
    • etheric body are united, they are at the same time separated. The
    • the Lemurian age, a time long before the seven members of man had
    • must keep in mind this point in time from the Lemurian age. It was a
    • the point in time just described, man became capable of pouring forth
    • means that which passes from space into time.
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • element. The further we go back into prehistoric times, the more
    • times of man's earthly evolution, his sound and tone
    • earlier times of human evolution. Let me sketch on the blackboard
    • time. More and more of the spiritual world reveals itself in this
    • death, he passes at the same time from the earthly world into the
    • wonder that in ancient times, when people were still aware of such
    • time.] who have delighted us with their fine talents. We shall
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • musical instruction. We can go into more detail another time.
    • our age with former times, we find our age characterized in a
    • that will be developed in time; in the future the feeling for the
    • able to deepen the musical experience tremendously. Every time the
    • the ancient Atlantean time — unless we wish to go back further,
    • of that time, which had little similarity to today's music, was
    • in this experience of the seventh. At that time he could just as well
    • pleasant, and for a long time a scale composed according to our
    • the course of time, the fifths began to be the pleasurable
    • of the third signifies at the same time that man feels music in
    • relation to his own physical organization. For the first time, man
    • gestures. This element that dwells thus in man is at the same time
    • really strives to lead man back to what he lost in primeval times. In
    • primeval times, when the experience of the seventh existed —
    • man felt that he was a unified being standing on earth; at that time
    • receive religious instruction by being taught the music of that time.
    • earthly being but also a transported being. In the course of time,
    • arose, and during this time man still felt united with what lived in
    • singing-with-accompaniment that existed in ancient times of human
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • to occur twelve times within these seven scales. In the sequence of
    • before our era. At that time the human being truly felt in the
    • thus have pointed out at the same time what the musical experience
    • himself when he sang, and at the same time he had an outer
    • time a speaking of the spiritual world. One was conscious that if one
    • came the time when man no longer had imaginations. He still retained
    • you will go because it announced that it is time to go for dinner,
    • eliminated from it, but at the same time it remains feeling through
    • measured will that runs its course in time; it does not proceed
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • experience of music in ancient times, the cosmic sources of musical
    • could offer one of the time spent during sleep. Everything the
    • experienced during that same time. We shall turn to the other side of
    • gained access to the super-sensible world in those ancient Greek times
    • particularly sublime and significant cosmic event. From that time on,
    • are prepared in humanity through whole epochs of time and are connected
    • but this is only an approximation, a mean point in time, as it were.
    • of time. It had been prepared already in pre-Christian times and was
    • is also the point of time in humanity's evolution when the view
    • the course of time, the human being evolved to the point where he
    • the ancient Atlantean time preceding the Atlantean catastrophe,
    • picture to yourselves the human configuration at that time, as
    • time were formed completely differently. The substance of their
    • back into a still earlier time, an age of human earthly evolution
    • the ancient mysteries, which at the same time was in itself artistic;
    • times, the gods made jubilant music in the cosmos because they
    • time has come when man must become conscious again of these matters,
    • motivated them to say the following: in primeval times, human beings
    • single tone, at which time the secret of individual tone will be
    • ancient Greek times, “I have lost the presence of the gods”:



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