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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Foreword
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    • understandable why music speaks so directly and powerfully to almost
    • the spiritual world, speaking to us through tones as long as we are
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • that the musical element can speak to everyone, that it affects the
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • Idea, he speaks of art as a kind of knowledge that leads more
    • Schopenhauer speaks physiologically of specific sense impressions.
    • over the body's surface. It speaks of voluptuousness concealed
    • world into the physical world. The melodies and harmonies that speak
    • something that this world cannot provide. Painting speaks to the
    • astral corporeality, but the world of tone speaks to the innermost
    • primordial kinship speaks to the soul; in the most inwardly deep
    • and speak comfortingly and encouragingly to us in surging melodies
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • elementary beginnings of singing and speaking took place.
    • could argue that the cold-blooded insect also “speaks,”
    • but in the sense used here, where speaking is the soul resounding
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • is similar in the case of language; the language we speak here on
    • we first focus on the mediating member of man, man's speaking,
    • civilization lies in speaking. Through speaking, people come together
    • here on earth; speaking is the bridge between two persons. Soul
    • unites with soul. We feel that in speaking we have an essential
    • revealed when one goes into the details of what man is when he speaks
    • speaking of these forms, one is not always referring only to the
    • sculptural form of the human organization. Not speaking symbolically
    • When one speaks of consonants, one always feels something that is
    • system when he speaks. One could say that he “innergizes”
    • also into the head-breathing. When man shifts from speaking to
    • earth, we can speak and sing only by means of air, and in the air
    • world of the stars. Though it appears that I am speaking
    • this whole structure — it sounds as if I speak figuratively,
    • it sings to you in speaking, speaks in singing, and your perception
    • is actually a hearing of this speaking-singing, singing-speaking.
    • reflection of the spiritual. When man speaks, he makes use of his
    • speaking human beings in two ways. Take the consonantal human
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • enjoyment. I would have to speak differently concerning both the
    • fail the moment one is obliged to speak about the musical element. It
    • begin to speak about the musical element, it is thus necessary to
    • which we shall speak later — and is of no immediate importance
    • however, is not as important here as it is otherwise. In speaking of
    • angel in my being is beginning to play music. The muse in me speaks.”
    • naturally gets into the habit of speaking in general concepts even in
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • “I” is, so to speak, within the confines of the human
    • time a speaking of the spiritual world. One was conscious that if one
    • speaking of the gods and of the proceedings of the gods. As I
    • I had to speak of a ninefold nature, further dividing the three
    • books that speak of the sevenfold human being stem from the tradition
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • so to speak. Since man at his present level of evolution has not
    • one speaks of man's waking experiences, they necessarily
    • physical-etheric environment. One therefore must speak of a
    • super-sensible vision is in a position to speak of a world that
    • thoughts of itself. We therefore cannot speak of thoughts as if they
    • I have described the human side, so to speak, of the matter, how this
    • super-sensible world, however, one must speak of the super-sensible
    • bearer of his physical and etheric bodies. In a manner of speaking,
    • bodies. In a manner of speaking, man withdraws his experience of the
    • in major and minor modes was projected, so to speak, into the



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