The Classical Revolution / La Révolution classique


28 December 2022
Happy Birthday, Louis Pasteur!
EIRNS—Today, December 27, marks 200 years since the birth of Louis Pasteur. Initially fascinated by crystallography and chemistry, Pasteur made fundamental discoveries in the chirality (...)
31 March 2016
The Schiller Institute Performs Handel’s Messiah in Brooklyn
On Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, the Schiller Institute Chorus, partnering with the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, performed Handel’s Messiah, Parts II & III, the story of (...)
29 December 2015
  The Manhattan Project: Schiller Institute Chorus performs Handel’s Messiah
A full house at All Souls Church in Manhattan. Under the baton of Maestro John Sigerson, the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus and Orchestra demonstrated the quality of creativity necessary to (...)
21 October 2015
  Weekly Report - New Paradigm for Mankind: Leibniz, the Human Mind & what that means for Education
LPAC Science Team discuss Leibniz, the human mind, and what this implies for a real human education.
27 September 2015
  The Manhattan Project: Musical Evening New York City
The Schiller Institute Musical Evening Program, with lyrics and translations (PDF)
18 August 2015
The Example of Robert and Clara Schuman
by Harley Schlanger - People who are practical are intrinsically tragic, because they limit themselves to what they think is practical, whereas progress is always based on getting beyond (...)
31 July 2015
Franz Schubert’s Ninth Symphony Brings Surprise to Manhattan
By Renée Sigerson - The genius Franz Schubert (1797-1828), as depicted by Wilhelm August Rieder in 1825 EIR—There are ringing out in upper midtown Manhattan these days, the voices of (...)
10 May 2015
What Is Music Really
The following is adapted from a discussion that Lyndon LaRouche had with associates following an informal evening of music on May 10, 2015. Take the Schubert Ninth Symphony, conducted by (...)
21 May 2015
The Immortality of Wilhelm Furtwängler
by Matthew Ogden
Wilhelm Furtwängler died on November 30, 1954. The epitaph which Furtwängler chose for his own tombstone were the words of Saint Paul: "Meanwhile, these three: Faith, Hope and Love abide with us, (...)
17 April 1992
The Classical Idea: Natural and Artistic Beauty
by Lyndon H. LaRouche
This article is excerpted from the Preface to the Institute’s “Manual on the Rudiments of Tuning and Registration.” The strict usage of the term “classic” within the modern Western European tradition (...)
18 January 2000
Sing the Music
Lyndon H. LaRouche wrote this essay to honour the 80th birthday of William Warfield, who is one of the great Classical singers and pedagogues of our time. All too often, when today’s (...)
29 August 2007
How Space Is Organized
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Author’s Prefatory Note on Music & Science: J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Franz Schubert, most notably, present us with music crafted to conform to what, viewed in (...)
6 February 2013
  Weekly Report: The Classical artistic composition
A discussion with Lyndon LaRouche and the Science Research Team.
11 May 2012
Einstein the Artist
by Shawna Halevy My discovery was a result of musical perception. — Albert Einstein The current crisis situation in politics and economics, is in no way separated from the current state (...)
2 January 2013
  David Shavin Interview classical culture
An interview with historian David Shavin on some of the greatest minds from Germany’s classical culture movement.