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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Editors Note
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    • phrases — “the musical element,” “the element
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Back Cover
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    • whole human being. The musical elements of melody, harmony, and
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • that the musical element can speak to everyone, that it affects the
    • becomes acquainted with a number of beings whose element, whose body,
    • to the astral world. The most characteristic element of the
    • element down with him and thus hear the tone element in the physical
    • flowing tone, as the element from which it is actually woven and
    • same elements, on spiritual tone and spiritual vibrations. The
    • man dwells within the musical element, he lives in a reflection of
    • the primeval element of man. This is why even the most humble soul
    • music, man feels the echoes of the element that weaves and lives in
    • Because feelings are the innermost elements of the soul, akin to the
    • spiritual world, and because in tone the soul finds the element in
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • so direct, so powerful, so elemental.
    • element of music, an ocean of tones. A musical person is one whose
    • the musical element, the cooperation of sentient soul and sentient
    • human being, however, experiences the elements of the Devachanic
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • body permeates the etheric body. The astral element can descend as
    • element of warmth. At the beginning of the Atlantean age, something
    • new took place. The soul element penetrated more deeply into the
    • in the element of air. Just as there were only cold-blooded creatures
    • elementary beginnings of singing and speaking took place.
    • element. The soul will then be capable of guiding consciously the
    • his soul in sound. He could not emit from within the same element
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • which stems from the elements of sound and tone. It is especially
    • element. The further we go back into prehistoric times, the more
    • already far removed from the pure singing element and has instead
    • immersed itself in the prose element and the intellectual element, we
    • have in speech essentially two elements: the elements of consonants
    • elements of consonants and vowels. The element of consonants is
    • vowel element is the soul playing on this musical instrument. When
    • you observe the consonant and vowel element of speech, you actually
    • added to producing the tone, as in the case of singing, the element
    • prosaic speech into the poetic and artistic element of the rhythmic
    • adding the consonant element. Surely you can feel how a soul quality
    • is alive in every vowel and how you can use the vowel element by
    • unless the vowel or soul element touches it. Many details point to
    • soul element. Why is that? The human organism while here on earth
    • The soul element (red), which expresses itself in vowels, pushes
    • against the element of consonants (yellow). The element of consonants
    • inspiration, a new element begins to express itself, namely the
    • element is colored by the spiritual counterparts of the consonants
    • formations of the tone element we have an earthly reflection of a
    • soul-spiritual element. This soul-spiritual element of tone belongs
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • fail the moment one is obliged to speak about the musical element. It
    • is hardly possible to discuss the musical element in the concepts to
    • the musical element really does not exist in the physical world. It
    • like Goethe to consider the musical element as a kind of ideal of all
    • element. This is also why, in the age when intellectualism valiantly
    • intellectualism cannot reach the musical element, because it can deal
    • about the musical element. It is widely admitted that there is a tone
    • customary today one cannot grasp the element of music. If one does
    • begin to speak about the musical element, it is thus necessary to
    • specific way in relation to the musical element. One can say that our
    • the element in which tone lives is still in the air. What we
    • air. The ear is the organ that first separates the air element from
    • it separates out the air element; then, in that we hear it, the tone
    • lives in the ether element. It is the ear's task — if I
    • as the eye has, for instance. For the musical element, the ear is of
    • related to man's limb system, through which the element of
    • carried into a different element. In the music of the fifths
    • until man could experience the third did the subjective element feel
    • destiny and ordinary life to the musical element.
    • the subjective soul element relates itself to the musical element.
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • one who wishes to penetrate the secrets of the musical element. This
    • imaginations in the musical element. There was still an objectivity,
    • spiritual element incarnated into the tones of song, which in turn
    • incarnated into the elements of words. This was a step into the
    • physical world. The inner emancipation of the song element into arias
    • does man really approach himself with the musical element.
    • the instrument. This is the transition of the musical element from
    • given a narrow circle of the musical element. Out there in the cosmos
    • the musical element continues in both directions. I need the
    • instruments in order to reach this cosmic musical element.”
    • or instrumental music. The element of harmony takes hold directly of
    • peculiar thing about the musical element is that neither must it
    • musical element itself could become a direct will impulse without
    • but you will not take the bell's musical element as the impulse
    • not extend this far into thinking and willing; yet, the element of
    • element of melody guides the musical element from the realm of
    • element that reaches up into the same realm where mental images are
    • experienced in the human head. The significance of the element of
    • element of melody, but it begins to understand the element of harmony
    • already understands the tone, but the actual element of harmony can
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • The basic elements for it are described in my book,
    • age. For this reason, the soul element also stood in a different
    • element as something that occurs around or within him. The moment he
    • perceives the musical element he feels transported out of his body
    • the third appeared in the musical element — both major and
    • minor thirds — the musical element submerged itself, as it
    • He brings the musical element close to his corporeality. He
    • musical element that can become conscious in him in an interval

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