By Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch; Gurdžiev, Georgij Ivanovič; Hartmann, Thomas; Hartmann, Thomas de; Petsche, Johanna J. M
In Gurdjieff and Music Johanna Petsche examines the massive and various physique of piano tune produced via Armenian-Greek religious instructor G. I. Gurdjieff (c.1866-1949) in collaboration along with his dedicated student Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956). Petsche attracts on a number of unpublished fabrics and information from unique box examine to severely situate and investigate this song inside its socio-cultural and precise religio-spiritual. Read more...
summary: In Gurdjieff and Music Johanna Petsche examines the massive and various physique of piano track produced via Armenian-Greek non secular instructor G. I. Gurdjieff (c.1866-1949) in collaboration together with his committed scholar Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956). Petsche attracts on a number unpublished fabrics and information from unique box learn to seriously situate and examine this track inside of its socio-cultural and detailed religio-spiritual
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This is antithetical to the relaxing, hypnotic effects of New Age music. 107 Locke, Musical Exoticism, 77. 108 Madeleine Hsu, Olivier Messiaen, the Musical Mediator: A Study of the Influence of Liszt, Debussy, and Bartók (London: Associated University Press, 1996), 9. 109 Ton van Leeuw, Music of the Twentieth Century: A Study of its Elements and Structure, trans. Stephen Taylor (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2005), 25–27. 110 Peter C. Blum, “Typification, Transcendence, and Critique. B.
This is achieved by dividing attention so that one is simultaneously aware of the self and also the current exterior or interior event or situation experienced (for example a task or emotion). The faculty of attention is essential to self-remembering, and must be constantly cultivated as it can easily wander to useless activities like daydreaming or imagining things. 46 Gurdjieff taught that only through self-remembering can one break free from one’s mechanical behaviours and somnambulistic condition to become conscious of oneself.
Gurdjieff, His Music And Teaching 15 He was venturesome, travelling ambitiously through war-torn regions, to arrive in Europe with no knowledge of European languages, and with his family and pupils to support financially. 29 For clarity, the term ‘the Work’ is used here only in relation to Gurdjieff Foundation groups. 31 Outside this network is a 25 For a detailed examination of Gurdjieff’s persona see Webb, The Harmonious Circle, 13–21. M. Petsche, “Gurdjieff on Sex: Subtle Bodies, Si 12, and the Sex Life of a Sage,” in Sexuality and New Religious Movements, eds James R.