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Patterns of Perfect Education in Music
The Forces of Individual Unfoldment in Music
In this manner, the applied motif-technique portrays the course of our individual gaining knowledge, and describes on this basis: our unfoldment of character and our progress on our individual path of life.
The motif-technique describes under the auspices of the harmony laws of the microcosm of music, or of the Creator and Almighty Nature respectively the rules by which our individual process of cognition ideally unfolds. These rules reveal themselves to us as the very personal maxims of our life and we conceive them clearly as far as our personal life is concerned on the level of our individual conscience.
Musical Unfoldment to the Maxims of our Conscience
The musical motifs themselves represent here our inner cognitive forces, i. e. our inner individual forces of motivation which unfold to the rules of our conscience.
And from the unfoldment of the musical motifs, that move to these individual life rules of ours, in the flow of time the song of our individual path of knowledge arises: the melody.
The Forces of Social Unfoldment in Music
The applied sequence-technique describes the sum of our individual ways of life.
Permanently, individual live paths emerge from the sequence, and others merge with it.
In this respect, the applied sequence-technique describes the sum of individual life-courses the whole as the sum of the individual parts.
Rules of Social Evolution in Music
The sequence-technique under the auspices of the harmony laws of the microcosm of music, or of the Creator and Almighty Nature respectively,
describes the rules to which the individual parts behave as they unfold towards wholeness; the sequence-technique describes the natural relation of the individual to the social community.
By virtue of it, the great classical composers trace out in their compositions universal patterns of perfect individual behavior in the community of men.
Social Standards in Music
In so far, in our time of unnatural upbringing and education with their devastating consequences, our classical composers establish natural social standards with the help of the sequence-technique, and on this level of universally creating music they provide practical patterns of experience examples of a more and more fulfilling personal life in society.
The Evolution of Peoples in Music
But here and there it also occurs that, in their art, great classical composers mould entire peoples into a living entity without the individual peoples being affected in their individual character; on the contrary indeed: here, in the sound of music, means and ways are designated under the auspices of the harmony laws of the microcosm of music, or of the Creator and Almighty Nature respectively, for the mutual natural mental-emotional, cultural stimulation of entire peoples.
The musical sequences personify our social forces by harmonically combining the individual forces depicted in the motifs with each other.
Universal Education of Leaders
Thus, every musical sequence is permanently in contact with quite a number of motifs which, according to the harmony laws of the microcosm of music, or of the Creator and Almighty Nature respectively, circle the sequence like a swarm of fish swimming around their mother fish.
Leadership Qualities in Music
Just as small fish playfully swim about their mother fish and to the laws of a higher order sometimes move together in this or in that direction, sometimes dashing completely apart and rushing back to each other again, in the same manner the motifs, with their multitude of individual action, move around the sequence and the sounds again float around the motifs in the musical sound-space, like the planets in space float around their suns.
The Process of Teaching and Learning in the
Shape of Music
These planets are set into and kept in motion by the motifs, from the inner exuberance of those beings that are displayed in the motifs under the loving guidance of the sequences, and of the natural social laws respectively, on which the motifs naturally lean in a music unfolding harmoniously, just as children on their parents in a harmonious family.