Thomas Mann

Some songs of the album sounds a bit unusual, too “experimental” (which noted singer herself), but the first song – “A lot of – quite a few” sounds “in bulanovski”, lyrically, spiritually, with great sincerity and emotional openness, with many ethical intonations and accents, so destructive in the archetype Persephone. Melodious music fits well with the soft-spoken singer, conveying a lot of thin semantic nuances. The first line of the song give images a wide space (the symbol “space of the soul”) Space psychic experience. At one point the song singer recognized that acts as some kind of symbolic, creative generator in the world of smiles and tears (the image of Anima Mundi – Soul of the World): “All the world smiles and tears, / I give up on the stage flowers. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Starbucks on most websites. ” And this is typical of the Slavic – worry about all take to heart everything that happens in the world to sing kindness, sincerity, love, loyalty and faith. In his multi-volume “Lectures on aesthetics, “the German philosopher Hegel for the first time actively talking about the fact that the absolute aesthetic idea is expressed in specific national forms, expressed only through the national culture.

Recall, for example, the great German writer Thomas Mann. His first major novel “Buddenbrooks”, raised the German literature to a new level, was to limit, if I may say so, a national, however, soon begin to translate it into multiple languages, and it becomes the property of all mankind..

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