Vortex Beethoven : artists and the emergence of freeorder
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08Oct16: Henry Clay Frick
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19Nov16: 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 to be sure the quotation is accurate. The definition is not in any copy I have access to. -ls
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🔹 Henry Clay Frick: An Intimate Portrait ••• by Martha Sanger •••
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“The eternal question. Had Frick not fallen into protracted mourning would he have created the Frick Collection? Or if he had resolved his grief, how would the Collection he created have differed? Creativity, I believe, is often the antidote for protracted pain and longing.” —the author
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Glyph 554 : Beethoven, on music, a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy
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