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Peter Hübner
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MUSIC & MUSICOLOGY
Theoretical Fundamentals

UNIVERSAL
MUSIC THEORY 1

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

 

 

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UNIVERSAL MUSIC THEORY 1
The Practical Fundamentals of Universal Creativity
  PART   V            
  THE PROCESS OF CREATING MUSIC            
         
 
Scenes from the Inner World of Human Evolution


 
 
 
In mu­sic the hu­man abili­ties appear as act­ing char­ac­ters; they live through the proc­ess of hu­man evo­lu­tion in the play or even fight of the in­ner quali­ties – scenes which eve­ry­one knows from ex­peri­ence and can re­late to as a lis­tener.

 
Play of the Human Qualities
 
 
The ap­plied motif-tech­nique de­scribes our in­di­vid­ual sphe­res of life mov­ing to­wards each other ac­cord­ing to the course of the mo­tifs – flow­ing into each other, permeating each other, and striv­ing apart again. The worlds of the se­quences, how­ever, are more com­pre­hen­sive: be­ing the so­cial sphe­res of the mu­si­cal se­quences they en­com­pass the in­di­vid­ual sphe­res of the mo­tifs.

 
Motif-Spaces and Sequence-Spaces
 
 
In our stellar sys­tem, sound spaces may be com­pared to the plane­tary sys­tems and motif-spaces may be com­pared to the solar sys­tems; the se­quence-spaces cor­re­spond to the milky ways and the har­mony to the en­tire uni­verse.

 
Planetary Systems, Solar Systems, Galactic Systems
 
 
Be­ing sys­tems of su­pe­rior or­der, the solar sys­tems of the mu­si­cal mo­tifs in­clude the plane­tary sys­tems of the sound-spaces, and the milky ways of the mu­si­cal se­quences in­clude the solar sys­tems of the motif-spaces,
and the uni­verse of the mu­si­cal har­mony in­cludes the milky ways of the se­quences; and the sys­tems of one or­der al­ways move within the sys­tem of a higher or­der.

 
Systems of Increasingly Comprehensive Musical Order
 
     
     
                                 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                     
                                     
             
     
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