Lot 185: A RUSSIAN BOOK ON PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC WITH ARTICLES BY LOSSKY, 1917
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MELOS. I. St. Petersburg, 1917. Articles by Nikolay Losskiy on philosophy of sound, Leonid Sabaneev on rhythm. Editors: Igor Glebov (1884-1949) and Petr Suvchinskiy (1892-1985) . Text in Russian. Large 4to (285 x 200 mm), softcover. 133, (1) pp.
Leonid Sabaneev was a Russian musicologist, musical critic, and composer. From 1921 he was on the board of GAKhN. From 1926 lived in France, Great Britain and USA. Wrote about Scriabin, Taneev.
Nikolay Onufriyevich Lossky was a Russian philosopher, representative of Russian idealism, intuitionist epistemology, personalism, libertarianism, ethics and axiology. He gave his philosophical system the name intuitive-personalism.