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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • Bacchus displays an unusual glistening reddish light that is poured
    • other hand, displays a chaste, yellowish hue. It seems as if the
    • color is only playing about the body. The body allows the light only
    • predominates over the sentient body. When the minor third is played,
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • vowel element is the soul playing on this musical instrument. When
    • Through the vowels, the soul of man plays on the “consonantism”
    • each other. Instead, an interplay of both takes place in the head.
    • wonderful cosmic instrument, and the players of this instrument of the
    • sculptural form, is used by the soul to play on this bodily
    • to play on the instrument in song, if one extracts the vowel element,
    • brings forth and shapes the instrument, the other plays on the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • the seventh. Up into the post-Atlantean age, this continued to play a
    • feels that he is an earthly being when he plays music. Formerly, when
    • angel in my being is beginning to play music. The muse in me speaks.”
    • music in a subjective direction. Subjectivity only came into play in
    • with e, the vibrating of the etheric body plays an essential role.
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • plays in musical experience and on the other hand of the roles played
    • not take this pedantically; pedantry must never play a role in the
    • is from the age in which the third plays the
    • as Bruckner, is played on the piano. In Bruckner's

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