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  • Zoe Morgan
    HI Franky Yes I have heard of Camphill and read a book about it. It sounds fab, I met some friends who were house mothers and it seems a wonderful life. I
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      HI Franky

      Yes I have heard of Camphill and read a book about it. It sounds fab, I met
      some friends who were house mothers and it seems a wonderful life. I would
      love to go and visit one, but I dont know of any local to me.
      Zoe
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      > 1. Re: Re: I'm New and saying HI
      > From: "eurythmy" <eurythmy@...>
      > 2. Music is the art of the future
      > From: "rickbobbs" <island.bobbs@...>
      > 3. RE: Music is the art of the future
      > From: "LilOleMissy" <lilolemissy@...>
      > 4. Re: Music is the art of the future
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      > Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 19:27:43 +0100
      > From: "eurythmy" <eurythmy@...>
      > Subject: Re: Re: I'm New and saying HI
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      > Hello Zoe
      > Do you know about camphill in England, and special schools like St
      Schristopher in Bristol.
      > Franky
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      > Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2003 01:29:23 -0000
      > From: "rickbobbs" <island.bobbs@...>
      > Subject: Music is the art of the future
      >
      > Dear Sheila, and Folks;
      >
      > Yes, I do remember Steiner saying that, although I also vaguely
      > remember that his view of its evolution was surprising. Sheila, maybe
      > you could look into it in your collection; I have reviewed a few of
      > his cycles, but passed them on to interested (hopefully) musicaal
      > compatriots at the time.
      >
      > Also, and not because I am a drummer and scientist, I remember he
      > commented that rhythm is the science of the future!
      >
      > I spent a couple of years learning piano, and a year on the trumpet,
      > in the late 50's early sixties, before I settled into drumming. I
      > worked professional full-time in rock'n'roll bar bands 68-72, before
      > I returned to field ecology, and for 20 years used music part-tiume
      > to help support hopelessly underfunded field research. I still get to
      > play about once a week with a rockabilly, blues, country band, but
      > the largest town within a 100 mile drive is 5000 people, and that's
      > the Wikwemikong unceded First Nation, so making money and playing
      > often isn't really an option.
      >
      > It would be nice to see some of Steiner's really pertinent quotes
      > again, maybe someone could put some up?
      >
      > Take care, and give care, Rick
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      >
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      > Message: 3
      > Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 20:20:13 -0700
      > From: "LilOleMissy" <lilolemissy@...>
      > Subject: RE: Music is the art of the future
      >
      > Dear Rick and All,
      >
      > ACK! Rick, that's like asking me to find a needle in a haystack! :) It
      > seems to me Steiner mentions this about music and other arts perhaps in
      his
      > "The Mission of Art" or "Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom" but even
      here,
      > I may have gotten the titles of these lectures wrong. I've been able to
      > download [FREE, too! :)] many wonderful articles, lectures and books from
      > the online electronic library at http://www.elib.com/Steiner and you might
      > want to take a look. I don't remember about rhythm being the science of
      the
      > future, which is no surprise, given the enormous wealth of his works! With
      > a red face, I often try to excuse myself for ignorance on all too many
      > issues! :) But think about rhythm [she says to herself and others...] -
      we
      > have rhythm in the beating of our hearts, our pulse and on and on, so it
      > certainly is a very critical part of us and the Universe! I wasn't
      > surprised the other day to come across a newspaper article of "tone" being
      > heard from a black hole, and I wondered if that might possibly be what
      > Steiner and others call The Music of the Spheres? Regardless, it's
      > wonderful you play drums, and have your background in piano and trumpet:
      > rhythm, touch and breath plus much else.
      >
      > Now where in Canada are you? You have my curiousity after mentioning
      > Wikwemikong unceaded First Nation! Is it Indian? For awhile, I lived on a
      > Mohawk Reservation along the St. Lawrence - the St. Regis - and it was
      > absolutely fascinating to me!!!! I loved Canada very much, but find
      British
      > Columbia warmer and now California boiling! :)
      >
      > Cheers!
      >
      > Sheila
      > >
      > > Dear Sheila, and Folks;
      > >
      > > Yes, I do remember Steiner saying that, although I also vaguely
      > > remember that his view of its evolution was surprising. Sheila, maybe
      > > you could look into it in your collection; I have reviewed a few of
      > > his cycles, but passed them on to interested (hopefully) musicaal
      > > compatriots at the time.
      > >
      > > Also, and not because I am a drummer and scientist, I remember he
      > > commented that rhythm is the science of the future!
      > >
      > > I spent a couple of years learning piano, and a year on the trumpet,
      > > in the late 50's early sixties, before I settled into drumming. I
      > > worked professional full-time in rock'n'roll bar bands 68-72, before
      > > I returned to field ecology, and for 20 years used music part-tiume
      > > to help support hopelessly underfunded field research. I still get to
      > > play about once a week with a rockabilly, blues, country band, but
      > > the largest town within a 100 mile drive is 5000 people, and that's
      > > the Wikwemikong unceded First Nation, so making money and playing
      > > often isn't really an option.
      > >
      > > It would be nice to see some of Steiner's really pertinent quotes
      > > again, maybe someone could put some up?
      > >
      > > Take care, and give care, Rick
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      > Message: 4
      > Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2003 08:57:28 EDT
      > From: golden3000997@...
      > Subject: Re: Music is the art of the future
      >
      > Hello Sheila, Rick and Everyone,
      >
      > Sorry for jumping into the middle of this conversation - not one I have
      been
      > following - but I am particularly sensitive to the issue of music lately
      and I
      > also saw that article, Sheila. It said that they have calculated the black
      > hole to be emitting a perfect B flat at 57 octaves below middle C. Really
      sends
      > shivers down my spine. Brings to mind the movie "Contact" and all of the
      > search for intelligent life research being done. We are listening for
      sounds from
      > space, but maybe they didn't consider that the sounds they are looking for
      > might be inaudible to the human ear. Maybe they should recruit some dogs
      on the
      > project! (Just being facetious) : )
      >
      > But the fact that it IS a recognizable harmonic note on a human scale is
      > really exciting. Knowing about the "music of the spheres" and
      "extra-terrestrial"
      > lifeforms is one thing. Seeing the possiblility of "proving" their
      existence
      > somewhere down the road is exciting. Alas, as with Christianity, I believe
      the
      > quote is, " For those who will not believe, no proof is possible; for
      those
      > who will believe, no proof is necessary." I forget where the quote comes
      from.
      >
      > Yet in our "scientific" era, perhaps we will see connection with spiritual
      > science evolve and more and more people learning that reality is in
      between
      > these extremes. Neither a mind closed like a steel trap or mindless faith
      is going
      > to help us as the world evolves, only a truly scientific approach which
      looks
      > for proof based on the faith that what we seek to find is actually there
      in
      > the first place. All great scientific and human discoveries have had this
      > basis. How can one discover something unless one believes that it is there
      in the
      > first place?
      >
      > On a slightly related subject - my current pet peeve is this music
      industry
      > campaign against music file sharing. Really pisses me off. Separate
      e-mail,
      > long ranting possible if anyone is interested.
      >
      > Best wishes,
      > Christine : )
      >
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