The Listener Gains the Supreme Musical Knowledge of Truth
Guidance into the Musical Realm of Individual Freedom
The Quiet Ways of Unconventional Musical Considerations
The Musical Creator as an Advisor on the Path of Knowing
The Musical Path of Knowledge from External Influences to One's Own Power
Carries His Natural Responsibility
Therefore, the musical creator spares no personal effort; with skilful persuasion he induces the listener to walk the path towards higher musical knowledge until the listener has reached the supreme musical knowledge of the harmony, and thereby, the field of his pure self-knowledge.
Certainly, the possibility of consideration always remains with the listener in the musical process of his evolution, but the composer persuades the listener, convinces him, beseeches him, entreats him earnestly, gives him new explanations again and again, and eventually guides him in these many ways with increasingly skilful persuasion out of the limitations of day-to-day life to the heights of musical knowledge, into the realm of individual freedom.
the musical creator takes into account the fusspot, who, in the routine of
his day-to-day life, tries to safeguard himself materialistically everywhere,
and seriously believes in such security.
On quiet ways he takes him to the unconventional considerations of immortality, into a completely immaterial world without any materialistic safety, indeed, without even a thought of it.
Before the cognizing eye of his music listener, in the sounding description, the musical creator continuously weighs the advantages of this or of that path to higher musical knowledge, to more joy, to greater happiness.
And if, at first, the listener is not able yet to believe all the joy and happiness due to his present mental-psychical constitution and therefore rejects him, then the musical creator skilfully diverts his mind away from his bleak thoughts and then takes him, for example, to a general discussion of fate and into a musical debate on the influences of the environment.
At first, he will show the listener that influences of the environment may indeed restrict the free course of man's life. But then he dispels this outer limitation again systematically and skilfully.