Welcome to my Blog Lingua Animarum: https://linguaanimarum.com
A selection of articles:
“Be calm, heart!” Through Kandinsky, Schumann and Morgenstern:
About death. A musical lecture:
Narcissism – have we misunderstood Ovid’s Narcissus?
Guilt or love | Why the pauses in Schumann’s Nachstück reveal a mystery:
About seriousness in music:
Strindberg’s Flying Dutchman – the necessity of looking further:
The inner light:
About the depth of life:
About beauty, in A minor. A musical lecture:
Reflections on responsibility:
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
who are we? Why are we here? What comes after life?
I always asked myself these questions.
If I found an answer? Yes. I found my answer.
And the answer turned out to be pretty different than I thought!
I discovered that this world is much bigger than I thought.
I wanted to share my thoughts and my feelings, so I created this blog, called “Lingua Animarum“. Latin for “language of the souls“. It is our soul that is the key to open this world.
To understand it. To live in it. Music, literature and visual arts were always guiding me.
They led me to where I am now. Therefore I would like to share my thoughts and encourage to feel and think new.
Alissa Rossius Dausgaard
Das Bunte Leben, Kandinsky 1907
Credits to: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau München, Leihgabe der BayernLB