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Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 1998

Cover of Fidelio Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 1998


The Substance Of Morality  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Basic ‘Anti-Entropic’ Physical-Economic Constraints  

APPENDIX: The Case of Classical Motivic Thorough-Composition

Music, Education, and Morality  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Introduction to a report compiled by Liliana Celani, Ortrun and Hartmut Cramer, Bruce Director, Anno Hellenbroich, Stephan Marienfe1d, Mindy Pechenuk, John and Renee Sigerson, Jonathan Tennenbaum, and Kathy Wolfe

1. The Tradition of Florentine bel canto  

by Liliana Celani, Kathy Wolfe and Stephan Marienfeld

2. J.S. Bach and Inversion as A Universal Principle of Development In the Continuum of Musical Composition  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

3. The Scientific Discoveries of Bach’s The Art of the Fugue  

by Renée Sigerson

Comments on Bach’s Fugues by His Contemporaries  

4. The ‘Royal Theme’ from A Musical Offering In Dialogue among Bach, Mozart, And Beethoven  

by Ortrun Cramer

5. W.A. Mozart’s Fantasy in C minor, K. 475, And the Generalization of the Lydian Principle Through Motivic Thorough-Composition  

by John Sigerson

6. The Principle of ‘Time-Reversal’ in Mozart’s Works  

by Mindy Pechenuk

7. On Questions of Motivic Thorough-Composition in Beethoven’s Late Works  

by Anno Hellenbroich and Bruce Director

8. Brahms’ Fourth Symphony: A Masterpiece of Motivic Thorough-Composition  

by Hartmut Cramer


President Clinton Must Appoint Lyndon LaRouche As His Economic Adviser!  


LaRouche in Europe: ‘Dump Globalism, Or Crash Is Unstoppable’  

LaRouche Must Advise Clinton on the Economy  

Washington, D.C. Conference Defining the Challenge of Global Leadership  

Institute Sparks Offensive ‘To Save the Presidency’  

Schiller Delegates at China Land-Bridge Meeting  

Brazil: Zepp LaRouche Issues Challenge for New Alliances  

Fight Launched in Mexico for Classical Music Education  

On the Back Cover  

Schiller Celebrations Focus on Classical Tragedy