"The laws of morality are also those of art"

- Robert Schumann

The March of the Davidsbündler against the Philistines

Friedrich Schiller

Johannes Brahms

Heinrich Heine

Bohemian Composers

Articles of General Interest

Lyndon and Helga LaRouche

Humor and Art

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We wish to acknowledge the work of Lyndon H. LaRouche, whose ideas have provided the inspiration for this site. Says LaRouche: Thus, when we sing with Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, and so on, we are expressing the essence of that playful domain in which the ontological essence of all art, and all morality, are supplied the ontological medium best suited to their expression. On this account, all great Classical music is, in its own way, sacred music, the soul's yearning toward its rightful, beautiful place in the simultaneity of eternity, as Bach's great student, Ludwig van Beethoven, best understood this.