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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • represent? He is supposed to represent a musical connoisseur who quite
    • should dwell in music. In the contrast between Walther and Beckmesser,
    • feeling and thinking work together in the hearing of music. And this
    • the whole appeal to feeling in Wagner's art as unmusical. There are
    • of view as the work of Eduard Hanslick On Beauty in Music. The
    • music from a feeling element is no true musician, and has no real
    • understanding for music: for a true musician sees the real essence of
    • what is musical only in the objective joining of one tone with
    • abstaining from all feeling. In this book, On Beauty in Music
    • highest type of music must consist solely in the tone-picture, the
    • of music is a clear sign that recent psychological ideas about the
    • Music is very brilliant.
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • to song and music. Head man reveals Body: Breast man Body and Soul:
    • music within.
    • poetic, the musical arts, arise out of the plastic, the architectural
    • musical arts are within. A reflecting back of the world from within
    • outwards — such is the nature of the musical arts. Thus does man
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • instance, or Eurythmy. It wouldn't do. Nor can we give him a musical
    • art. The first elements of drawing, painting and music must precede

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