Vortex Beethoven : artists and the emergence of freeorder
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19Nov19: Music - glyph quotation from Beethoven
 
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Feeling and Form: A Theory of Art, Developed from Philosophy in a New Key, Susanne K. Langer, 1953.
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In an old copy of this book Langer defines of art something like this: Art is the expression of human feeling in symbolic form.” -I’d like to find a source for that. The definition is not in any copy I have access to. -ls
 
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Glyph 554 : Beethoven, on music, a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy
.oOo.