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- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Contents
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Foreword
- that certain premises were taken for granted when the words were
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
- the letters, and man is the word that is composed of these letters.”
- it is placed within the sentient body. Just as a sword forms a whole
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
- which finds expression in the words, “In nature, it is the
- words. All true inspiration originates on this plane, and in this
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
- between the two, and now the soul descended. Like a sword fits into a
- understand in this sense the words of the Bible: “God breathed
- order to understand these words fully, one must know the various
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- Word of the universe, the universal language, from which all things
- life in the Logos, in the Word of the universe. It is therefore
- expression through tone and word to the cosmological considerations
- discover a self-expression of the human being in each word and tone.
- this: take, for instance, the word “mir” (“mine”;
- boy, I couldn't imagine that the word was spelled m i r.
- adequately in words, one can say that it consists entirely of vowels.
- were closer to the primeval languages that the words for things of
- the super-sensible world were actually vowel-like. The Hebrew word
- Using mostly vowels, the words naturally were sung.
- to use words somewhat differently from what is customary in today's
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
- I can only describe with the words, “I have found my ‘I’
- The particular words I use here are not important; what is important
- limb system — in other words, his most physical component —
- felt it; in order to express it, we must word it like that —
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
- akin to an expression of the word. One sang, but this was at the same
- spoke of cherries and grapes one used earthly words; if one spoke of
- them as such today — they are the words of language. The
- incarnated into the elements of words. This was a step into the
- beings, in other words, in the age of introversion. One must seek the
- retains the tone structure. Later, he links it with the word, which
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
- feeling. We have described in different words what human beings
- of the word empty. The fifth has become empty because the gods have
- first tone of the following octave. It is difficult to put into words
- experienced by man. In other words, man not only will experience
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