The Musical-Artistic Objective
General Human Insight of the Practical Musician
The Listener's Encounter with Infinity
The Perfect Music Listener
The Infinite Accomplishment in the Musical Art
The Infinite Process of Perfect Musical Integration
The Musical Path of Human Self-Realization
The Cultural Achievement
Natural Potential of the
Music The musical-artistic objective originates from the natural potential of the artist:
to realize a truth
to mould a truth into the poetical form of the artistic expression
to make a truth in the poetical form of the artistic expression universally understandable
to express a truth musically only if its revelation is desired by nature; that is, if it is deeply desired by man.
So, the practical musician must not only have a deep understanding and make it available to his fellow men, but he must also know very precisely what his neighbour really needs not what he superficially wants, i.e. he must first know the current state of knowledge and insight of his fellow man.
If his fellow man is not living infinity with his feeling and understanding then the artist must first give him the taste of this reality and inspire him to confidently attain unbounded awareness.
If the listener is already established in infinity, the artist must glorify the diversity of life in unboundedness for him.
In the first case, when the artist is obliged to inspire the listener of limited thinking for unboundedness, the composition must display a continuous flow from the bounded to the unbounded.
In such a composition the motifs will continually unfold into melodies and will be led systematically by the infinite guidance of the melody into unbounded lively silence.
On their path of life, therefore, the melodies will transform into sequences; and the sequences eventually will assume the infinitely manifold form of harmony itself.
Thus, in such a composition, the concrete musical sound-space, as we perceive it with our inner hearing, is continuously refined and transformed step by step into the phenomenon of our human conscience.
Only from here can the composition enliven the world of silence in the music lover; and the listener realizes his own innermost multiplicity, his innermost manifold form: he cognizes the harmony itself.