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Klang" Fr. " Timbre " ) , resulting from the peculiar composition and structure of the sounding body. Thus, the nature of the sound indicates whether the sounding body is composed of wood or metal, whether it is of a light or substantial form, whether a wind instrument or a stringed one, whether the 32 ART; MUSICAL ART AND ITS COMPONENTS. sound is produced by the voice of man or that of an animal, and so forth. Even the bodily condition of a person is to some extent indicated by the character of his voice ; and as the bodily and spiritual elements in man's organization are inseparable, his mental condition necessarily finds its echo in the same tones which proclaim the state of his body.
And this reproduction must necessarily, and by virtue of the power and indivisibility of love, be as full and complete as the original contemplation of the ideal which raised the flame itself. A lover does not merely love this or that feature or peculiarity in the object of his attachment, but her whole being; bodily attractions and the mind which " shines through beauty" are one and the same to him, and in his eyes cannot be separated. It was not the sight of the beautiful girl alone, nor was it the dogma of the " Mother of God" which produced those paintings of Raphael.
What is this sound ? It is the elastic vibration of a body, which, being transmitted through the surrounding medium, reaches my ear and is thence conveyed to my inner mind, or consciousness, through the nerves of hearing. The sounding body was thrown into vibration; this was the first act of the whole process; the last was, that I became aware of its having been put in motion, from the vibrations that reached my ear. Exactly the same process takes place within myself. My mind or spiritual existence is excited and moved by pain, joy, or anger ; my nerves tremble, the muscles of my body contract, the eye rolls and flashes, the blood is propelled through the arteries with increased speed, my bosom heaves, my breath, by reason of the internal consuming heat of passion or excitement, requires frequent renovation, and with convulsive efforts, bursts through the contracted organs that would prevent its exit: the cry of anguish, the exulting shout of delight, the whole scale of passion's tones is awakened, it sounds into the world and tells to those around what passes in my breast The sound which enters my ear from without, and the outburst of my own excited mind in words and tones, are of the same nature; they are twins, or, rather, things identical occurring in different spheres of existence.