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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Editors Note
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    • quality of vowels and consonants. Rarely in these lectures does
    • vowels,” “consonants,” Unfortunately, the
    • of the vowel,” and so on. While graceful prose is more
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • and vowels. Everything brought out in speech is composed of the
    • 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
    • Through the vowels, the soul of man plays on the “consonantism”
    • when it utters vowels. This was not the case to such an extent in
    • forms the vowel streams in a consonantal direction. This was not the
    • (sketched in yellow), the stream of breathing. When vowel sounds are
    • producing vowel sounds, we actually push what lives in the soul
    • is alive in every vowel and how you can use the vowel element by
    • for the vowels. The sculptural instrument of the body is really dead
    • unless the vowel or soul element touches it. Many details point to
    • everywhere we find it in the longing for vowels and therefore the
    • The soul element (red), which expresses itself in vowels, pushes
    • has lost the consonants, though the vowels still remain. In the
    • adequately in words, one can say that it consists entirely of vowels.
    • variety of ways with vowels. Here, all the earth's consonants
    • are dissolved in vowels. This is why you will find in languages that
    • the super-sensible world were actually vowel-like. The Hebrew word
    • it actually consisted only of vowels and was rhythmically half-sung.
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