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It also differs from the masterful narrative art of Richard Strauss, and from the graphic strength of Richard Wagner, which was set in motion by the theatre and serves the tragic stage. ratives of Classic music fantasy always means the accumulation music and in music figures. It means the of all forces in  CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC FANTASY erection of fantasy from a musical center, and it means that intellect, painting, poetry, sensuality and sentiment overflow into music. Romantic music fantasy emanates from the poetic, the picturesque, from the theatrical, from philosophy.
When they break out of the depth, they emerge as architectural structures, paintings, poetry and music.  CHAPTER (Classical III. and Romantic fantasy FANTASY has its roots in the recesses of MUSICAL man's emotional life. These roots reach much deeper into the soul than the roots of other types of fantasy. They extend into the night where the physical and the emotional meet, where the roaring of the blood can be heard, where the rhythmic beat of the heart pulsates, where sensuality glows artd elemental emotions storm.
It means the of all forces in  CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC FANTASY erection of fantasy from a musical center, and it means that intellect, painting, poetry, sensuality and sentiment overflow into music. Romantic music fantasy emanates from the poetic, the picturesque, from the theatrical, from philosophy. In the classical musician all the perceptive faculties: those of the ear and the eye, the plastic sense and sense of color, join forces with the sensuality of music. In the romantic musician the musical fancy is a color- garden where the earth is not so deeply saturated with music, and where poetry, painting and philosophy ful are introduced from the outside so that the exotic flowers The vines may grow.
500 Piano Intros for the Great Standards (The Steinway Library of Piano Music) by Ed Shanapy