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- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- lives in the air. The scientific concept, however, that the vibration
- of the air is the tone is a naïve concept indeed. Imagine
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
- must be pointed out that all the concepts used in other areas of life
- is hardly possible to discuss the musical element in the concepts to
- avoid the ordinary concepts that otherwise we use to grasp our world.
- must repeat that all concepts come into confusion in encountering the
- one that must reach beyond ordinary concepts — can illustrate
- naturally gets into the habit of speaking in general concepts even in
- concepts that I use only as substitutes and in each case resort to
- we always dwell within our brains with our crude and clumsy concepts
- instant we develop concepts about it. This is because the unfolding
- of concepts takes place on a level above that of the musical realm.
- itself, the concept arises that becomes objectified in sound [im
- laut]. In the sound of speech, the concept really cancels out the
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
- conceptual faculty — nor should it sink down completely into
- grasped conceptually and what he wills to do. Music, however, does
- concept. Through melody the head becomes open to feeling, to actual
- told you yesterday, however, one must forego concepts; abstract
- conceptualizing will get you nowhere here.
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
- resounds as an artistic conception from the ancient mysteries. From
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