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ETHNIC MUSIC

The Science of Music

The Scope of the
Science of Music

The Inner Breath of Music

The Function of the
Inner Breath in Music

The Scientific Aspect
in Music

The Perfect Musical
Description

The Twofold System
of Music Analysis
of the Composer

The Aspect of
Humanities in Music

The True Field of
Science in Music

The Sociology of Music

The Ecology of Music

The Physics of Music

The Physiology of Music

The Economy of Music

Music Critique

Dance in Music

 

Peter Hübner
Founder of the
Micro Music Laboratories

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  The Science of Music
       
 
The Perfect Musical Description


 
 
 
More­over, the spo­ken word of mu­sic of­fers the most di­rect method to sys­tem­ati­cally de­scribe the ele­ments of the sub­jec­tive sphere, as well as to por­tray the proc­ess of evo­lu­tion in gen­eral.
In this con­text the lan­guage of mu­sic de­scribes in­di­vid­ual evo­lu­tion and, based on that, so­cial evo­lu­tion, and fi­nally, as the outer shell of in­di­vid­ual and so­cial evo­lu­tion, eco­logi­cal evo­lu­tion.
And all of this is de­scribed by mu­sic not only in an dif­fer­en­ti­ated iso­lated man­ner, but in an in­te­grated and com­pletely uni­fied way as well.

 
Range and Function of the Spoken Word of Music
 
 
Mu­sic not only de­scribes on a level where time and space are sepa­rated, but also in terms of space-time in­te­gra­tion; and more­over, even be­yond space and time – on the ab­so­lu­te level of un­bounded space and on the ab­so­lu­te level of in­fi­nite time.

 
Absolute and Relative Levels of Description in Music
 
 
In the natu­ral, re­al­is­tic, exact mu­si­cal de­scrip­tion of the re­al­ity of life, sub­jec­tiv­ity and ob­jec­tiv­ity are not ir­rec­on­cil­able; ob­jec­tiv­ity is rather per­ceived and por­trayed as the outer pe­riph­ery of life.

 
Integration of Subjectivity and Objectivity
 
 
Thus, at the out­er­most pe­riph­ery of the mu­si­cal sound-space, mu­sic de­scribes the ob­jec­tive sphere of na­ture as the out­er­most bor­der of the sub­jec­tive.

 
The Musical Description of the Objective Sphere of Music
 
     
     
                                 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                     
                                     
  With kind permission of AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL
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