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- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Foreword
- the case with architecture, sculpture, or painting. Since every night
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
- idealized reality of the human world. The same is true of painting,
- less than a civilized human being who can experience the pain of
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
- sculpture and painting, the mental images must be combined before the
- painter, for example, goes far beyond the reality of colors in the
- paints on his canvas, it is none other than a recollection, albeit an
- he has experienced and that lives in him. We thus see in painting a
- origin. I am thinking, for instance, of two paintings by Leonardo da
- other St. John. Both paintings show the same face; evidently the same
- The artistic mysteries of light contained in the paintings are based
- more purely on their effects of color and light. The painting of
- voluptuous nature, exuded it again. The painting of John, on the
- and chaste, addresses the viewer from this painting.
- which he created his paintings — that is not what matters —
- painting the shadow, the precipitation, of the astral world in our
- one feels pain in the soul, the predominance of the sentient body,
- something that this world cannot provide. Painting speaks to the
- and painters. These works are present externally and have taken on
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
- as is the case with painting. Even in our age, in which
- painter, not merely to someone who looks at nature. The ear is
- painful. Man began to find the experience of the fifth more
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