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Musical Knowledge of the Listener and of the Composer

Lack of the Absolute Sound-substance in the Tools of Cognition

nowing the Eternal Reality of Absolute Music






Cognition of Meaning and Form in Music

The Dual Musical Truth

In the course of these experiences – during our relative musical process of gaining knowledge, and during our free musical process of creation – each time a completely different musical truth discloses to us.

If the experience of the absolute sound-substance is lacking in our tools of cognition, then we necessarily deduce only the extremely limited shadow images of the musical reality and we even believe that these shadow images are the whole musical reality.

If, however, we perceive the perfect fundamental vibration of the absolute sound-substance clearly in our tools of cognition, then suddenly, by virtue of this perception, a completely different insight reveals itself.
As if with seven-league boots we now enter the absolute musical force-field of the harmony without any obstacles, and perceive there an infinite, unlimited flow of music beyond space and time.

And we realize that this almighty force-field of the harmony is the one and only eternal reality of the true musical event in its supreme perfection.
Then we must admit that, in comparison, the outer relative musical event is but a mere shadow, a reflection hardly visible.

This ambiguity of our cognitive valuation of music is therefore based on a non-experience, or on an experience, of the perfect fundamental vibration of the absolute sound-substance in our tools of cognition.
And whereas, in the process of music, we perceive only the form of the music as it were, we comprehend on the absolute musical level of the harmony the content of all music.

While the form of music develops in space and time, its content remains dynamic and in an infinite flow of unlimited diversity within its original realm of the harmony.








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Equivocation Due to
Separateness of
Meaning and Form

The Dual Musical Truth

Equivocation through
Deducing the Meaning
from the Form

Equivocation through
Deducing the Form

from the Meaning

Superficial Deduction

The System
of the Creative Process in Music

to Fundamental Truths
in the Musical
Gaining of Knowledge