Tag Archives: Brahms

Unheard Melodies: Harmonic Dissymmetry and Musical Inversion

by Megan BeetsMusic is not sound. Though it appears to us dressed in the attire of audible tones, music as such is not a consequence of those tones.1 In fact, many a tone has been sounded under the banner of … Continue reading

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The Immortality of Wilhelm Furtwängler by Matthew Ogden

Wilhelm Furtwängler died on November 30, 1954. The epitaph which Furtwängler chose for his own tombstone were the words of Saint Paul: “Meanwhile, these three: Faith, Hope and Love abide with us, but the greatest of these is Love.” Wilhelm … Continue reading

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New Paradigm Show — Mankind is Not an Animal 20 May 2015

Over the past weeks, an emerging discussion has occurred between Lyndon LaRouche and associates on the significance and implications of the turn of the 20th Century. Here, with Jason Ross as host,Megan Beets, Matthew Ogden and My-Hos Steger elaborate  some … Continue reading

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24 July 2013 Weekly Report with Lyndon LaRouche

Watch the Weekly Report and Listen to Mozart’s Musical Examples here Megan Beets starts out this edition of the Weekly Report saying; If you ask almost anybody today, what is music, the answer you’ll get back 99.9% of the time … Continue reading

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Celebrate Giuseppe Verdi’s Bicentennial: Read and Listen

11 Jan, 2013 (EIRNS) This year is the two-hundredth anniversary, the bicentennial, of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth. Verdi is not only the most famous Italian composer, but the composer most performed in opera theaters throughout the world. There is no other … Continue reading

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2 January 2013 Weekly Report: The Example of Einstein

In this Weekly Report, Lyndon LaRouche and Jason Ross discuss the example of Albert Einstein, his circles and his influences in classical culture with Shawna Halevy, the author of the Einstein Page on the LPAC website. Watch the discussion on … Continue reading

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