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Instead of a representation of rationality, ordered thought, and logic, as his patrons might have been expecting, Klimt’s Philosophy depicts humanity moving from birth to the grave in a dark, mysterious cosmos. ” movement, demanding that we confront our dissolution. Not surprisingly, the painting was rejected by the faculty amid attacks from art critics, such as, “Herr Klimt’s latest work of Genius, now I beg you to try and think of something sensible in front of this picture. I can’t—the walls are turning, and my stomach too.
From the perspective of the development of new compositional techniques, such “conservative,” “traditionalist,” or “moderate” composers stand outside what some historians have viewed as the mainstream of musical developments. From other perspectives, such as concert programming or recording sales, these composers might be seen as the real mainstream. Yet, as we will see, the music and ideas of many of those who seem to have little to do with Modernism are inevitably shaped to some degree by the sense of possibility.
It became quite unbearable to the boy, who rushed away from the house. At that moment, however, a hurdy-gurdy in the street was grinding out the popular Viennese air, Ach, du lieber Augustin. In Mahler’s opinion the conjunction of high tragedy and light amusement was from then on inextricably ﬁ xed in his mind, and the one mood inevitably brought the other with it. In the writings of Freud and others, discussed further in Chapters 3 and 4, we see the mind reimagined during these years as a mysterious and ultimately unknowable space within us, swirling with memories of past traumas and uncertainties and driven by uncontrollable forces.