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PART VII
SPACE AND TIME IN MUSIC
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The Identification of the Musical Force-Fields


Musical- Compositional Phase Transitions

 

 

 

 

Space and Time: Ruling the Infinity of Music Together

Space-Time Fusion through the Integration
of the Musical Spaces

But also when a tone identifies with a motif, or a motif with a sequence, the feeling of the space-time fusion dominates our musical awareness, and we experience a genuine mental-spiritual enlivenment.

These are musical-compositional phase transitions, by which a state of suspension is generated in the world of feeling, in the world of understanding, and between the worlds of feeling and understanding. Here, opposing forces cancel each other out; here, the meaning of "opposing" is suspended; here, the manifold pairs of opposites create an image of multiplicity on the level of unity; here, on the level of our feeling and understanding, we experience complete silence again and again. Re-emerging from this deep silence we are permeated by the life-giving source of complete musical-creative fulfilment.

In music, time is the great partner of space.
Time and space are so intimately connected with each other that they always appear together.
In the classical composition the unity of time and space lives as the playful togetherness of two natures made for each other, who together govern infinity with great competence.

 

                                                                                 

 

 

 

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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

VIII
SPACE & TIME
IN MUSIC

The Concept of Space
in Music

The Two Ways of Experiencing Space

Space-Experience in
the Microcosm of Music

Space-Time Integration in Music

Space-Time Fusion
through the Integration
of the Musical Spaces

The Integrated Play of
Time and Space

The Potential of the
Musician

The Relationship of Rhythm and Tonality

Field of Cognition –
Enlivened Silence

The Core of Practising
the Art of Music

Conventional and
Modern Mechanisms
of Musical Performance

PART VII