Thoughts on Music
Musical art explained as one of the most important means of building up man’s character
Daniel de Lange, a well-known Dutch composer, conductor and pedagogue, exhibits here a unique aspect of music, one that is the prime means of building and perfecting the human character.
As Founder and former Director of the Conservatory of Music in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Co-director of the Isis Conservatory of Music in the International Theosophical Headquarters in Point Loma, California, he speaks clearly from his own wealth of experience.
With his enormous interest in the spiritual side both of adults and, especially, children, he succeeds in bringing you to your own, inner musicality. No one is a-musical. Only a teacher’s inability can be responsible for any failure to discover and draw out the musical core of a child.
In chapter one he reduces all technical and complicated musical theories to crystal-clear, universal principles.
Proceeding from there everyone, musically schooled or not, is able to follow his fascinating account of the Musical Art.
|Afmetingen||200 × 140 × 7 mm|
Lange, D. de