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- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Back Cover
- origin of musical instruments from imaginations that accompanied
- human organism and then to the three types of orchestral instruments
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- it is really a musical instrument. Indeed, you can comprehend
- standard musical instruments, a violin or some other instrument, by
- reminiscent of musical instruments, and the totality and harmony of
- vowel element is the soul playing on this musical instrument. When
- of the human bodily instrument. If we examine the speech of
- [“innerviert,” makes inward] the instrument that
- toward the body, which serves as the musical instrument only by
- for the vowels. The sculptural instrument of the body is really dead
- Lacking the bodily instrument, one enters a tonal world colored in a
- wonderful cosmic instrument, and the players of this instrument of the
- to play on the instrument in song, if one extracts the vowel element,
- brings forth and shapes the instrument, the other plays on the
- the already formed human body as an instrument, but with his tones he
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
- the air. Even if an instrument other than a wind instrument is used,
- perception of instrumental music is a quite complicated process about
- emancipated instrumental music is connected with that. One can now
- instrument alone; in the very earliest time he could not have heard
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
- He required no instrument in order to produce outwardly the interval
- outer instrument in order to be objectively certain of the fourth.
- instrument. He had an impression, an imagination, as it were, of a
- wind instrument, or of a string instrument. Musical instruments
- appeared to man at first as imaginations. Musical instruments were
- the instrument. This is the transition of the musical element from
- earlier ages, the relationship of musical man to his instrument must
- the need of amplifying his voice with an instrument. The process of
- instruments in order to reach this cosmic musical element.”
- or instrumental music. The element of harmony takes hold directly of
- the elements of instrumental music. Only then should the child's
- imaginations, namely the instruments, he fashions here in the
- physical, out of physical substance, as his musical instruments. To
- the extent that they arouse the musical instruments, man simply
- spiritual. Into those spaces he put the physical instruments.
- where musical instruments resound today, spiritual entities stood
- therefore, he requires musical instruments.
- musical instruments basically are a clear reflection of the fact that
- music is experienced by the whole human being. The wind instruments
- prove that the head of man experiences music. The string instruments
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