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The Free Play
of Human Forces in the Language
of Music

 

The Classical Composer
as a Guide
to Knowledge


Dance through
the World
of Aspirations

 

 

Traits of the Human Character on the Path
to Perfection

Training the Free Formative Will

With the free play of the qualities of the human character in the motif-technique the composer intends to promote the free inner will of the listener to cultivate his character. In the universal language of music the musical creator shows him ways and means to juggle with increasingly higher and more comprehensive, more joyful inner-human values.

Thus, to the composer, the motif is that original musical element through which he takes the listener by the hand – on the level of his feeling and understanding – and carefully guides him step-by-step into worlds of greater human happiness.

When a motif in its derivations, its deviations, its changes – i.e. in varying disguises – interacts with itself in the musical work and appears with many different faces, the musical creator describes the manifold forms in which the human character in its most varied shades dances skilfully and successfully through the world of aspirations, nibbling everywhere without settling down into boundaries.

And always there are guiding and guided motif qualities; and the musical motifs always move within a system of distinct hierarchic relations.

And if, in the course of the musical event, the guide changes, it only shows how certain qualities of the character safely guide others on their way to perfection, through their own domain, through their own familiar world of the fulfilment of desires – just as a man guides a friend safely through his own world, which is familiar to himself but may be full of danger for the other.

 

                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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P E T E R   H Ü B N E R  –  N A T U R A L   M U S I C   C R E A T I O N

CLASSICAL
MUSIC CREATION

V
THE
FORCE–FIELDS
IN MUSIC

The Musical Performers and
Their Laws

The Motif

The Masculine and
the Feminine
Musical Motif

Training the Free
Formative Will

Motif-Recognition

Motif-Technique

Power and
Powerlessness of Musical Interpretation

Scenes from the
Inner World
of Human Evolution

Integration of Levels
of Creativity

The Differentiated
Apprehension
of the Power
of the Harmony

The Perfection of the
Formative Forces
in Music

The Melody

The Manifold Shape
of the Melody

The Path of the Human Character in the
Musical Form

The Sequence
in Music

The Gate of Harmony
to the Outer Music

 

PART V
PART V