I Ching Internet Resources
I Ching, Yijing, Book of Changes, Oracle
of change, Zhou yi, Chou yi, Chou I, Hexagrams, Trigrams, Oracle, Yarrow, Divination.
- Art -
Illustrated I Ching Artful illustrated 64 kua
pictures inspired by texts from the I Ching.
- Book of Changes: I Ching
Poetry. '3 COINS IN THE FOUNTAINOF CREATION' 64 Poetic Oracles based onChinese Book of
Changes: 'I Ching'. and Toss
- by JOSEPH MORALES.
- I Ching Sonnets.
English poetry of I Ching 64 kua. Nice one.
CHING, ON-LINE, FROM THE ILLUSTRATED PRIMER. Illustrated I Ching.
- I Ching Meditation I Ching meditation is an illustrated poetic interpretation
of this oldest book of Chinese philosophy.
- Eyes + Ears = Ideas This
book was the result of a visual artist trying to interpret the matrix as a template of
some of the truths to be unearthed in an ancient archeological site of a geometric musical
grid field, where each note is colored according to Pythagoras' and Newton's color-coding
of musical notes. The color coding of the notes is as follows: C's reds, D's oranges, E's
yellows, F's greens, G's blues, A's indigos, B's purples. When you look at each page, you
may even play the notes by color or letters on a musical instrument as if reading a score.
- DREAMPLAY ART
LARGE VIEW #31 I-Ching An artful image of I Ching.
- ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS
IN THE GEOMETRY OF LOGIC.(long) The words "analysis" and
"synthesis" are among the most widely used and misused terms in the history of
philosophy. They were originally used in geometrical reasoning during the age of Euclid to
describe two opposing, but complementary, methods of arguing (roughly equivalent to
deduction and induction). by I. Kant, Critique of Pure Reason.
1 - 18. Nice artwork! This represents a partial collection (18
of 64) of original artwork created for a most beautiful and elegant multimedia I-Ching
program, lovingly developed by Visionary Networks.
- Pictures about I Ching. Works
by Inga Schnekenburger.
- Images of Taoism. Words
and images from Lao Tzu's "Tao Te Ching". The "I Ching", Chuang Tzu's
- Taoist concepts and
Chinese imagery in the poetry of Marianne Moore. These pages aim at a reconsideration
of the poetry of Marianne Moore (1887-1972), perhaps the finest American woman poet of the
generation of Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot and William Carlos Williams - their friend and often
their poetic advisor - from the point of view of the Taoist concepts and the Chinese
imagery which can be traced in her poetical work.
- The Use of the
I Ching....we find in 19th-century music where 'harmonic
tension' inevitably resolves in a cadence), the I Ching plays on a balanced energy that
results from the interaction of contrasting forces. In a similar fashion, these pieces
play on various sonic and musical contrasts without trying to 'resolve' them. - by
Barry Truax. Electroacoustic composer & researcher.
- Richard Warner -- New
Age Musician. The Tao Te Ching, a mystical
but pragmatic work of philosophy, has been translated more often than any other book
except the Bible. The music in this album is based on the Tao Te Ching in
the same way that flower is a translation of the soil and the seed, and the ocean waves
interpret the moon. It is inspired by Lao Tzu's profound understanding of the spiritual
essence of life. It is an offering to a teacher, a gift inspired by what he held dear, the
symbols of the I Ching -- the elements of nature.
- Real Music. Click Frank Steiner Jr.The
I Ching Symphony brings alive the imagery of the 5,000 year old oracle, the I Ching or
Book of Changes. These eight sensitive and sometimes dynamic pieces, corresponding to the
eight building blocks of the I Ching, have the effect of an enchanting and inspiring
journey through nature leaving the listener refreshed and, somehow, wiser.
- Radio I-Ching. A music band call
themselves "Radio I Ching".
- 6 Guitar Strings Viewed As
Hexagrams. Not only have a number of symbols been
drawn from various points in our western culture; (eg. 12 per dozen; l2 inches in 1 foot;
even the l2 apostles in the Christian religion; etc.) but also from the eastern culture as
well, and one of the most interesting of those found were from China. - by Pat
- Technology and the Muse: David
- Tao Chia. Poem. - by
Michael W. Dwyer.
- Temple's Art Gallery:
Paintings Inspired by the I Ching
- Randy's Room- A Historical Note on P(L)ACES. Randy Hostetler composed P[L]ACES in
the winter of l988-89. He was 25 and in his final year at California Institute of the
Arts. It was an ambitious undertaking and the composer underestimated how much time would
be involved in realizing his complex concept. Inspired by his studies of the I Ching
certain portions of the score were determined by tossing hundreds of coins. This led to
vigorous exchanges about the worthiness of such an approach with Morton Subotnik, the
composer's principal advisor that year.
- Paul Marcano's
Visual Breakfast Company Salt Spring Island, BC. CANADA (Saltspring) Artist. Computer
graphic, music, web design, etc. An on-line I Ching divination called: 21st CENTURY
A Meeting Of Sound Minds. From Musician, sometime in 1985, by Rob Tannenbaum.
- Swiss Artist Ernesto
Keller - Art Switzerland. Non-English.64 hexagram..
- The Dream of The
Face Of The I Ching
Chances - History. Some Famous Chance Artists (and others). Arguably the most important artist to use chance methods in the
20th Century, composer John
Cage influenced visual artists such as Robert Rauschenburg, dancer Merce Cunningham,
as well as numerous composers and musicians. Cage used the I Ching as a randomizing
mechanism used to add a chance element to music composition and performance. An
interactive I Ching Generator is now available which, along with the traditional use, can
be used by artists working with chance operations. (Additional Cage information includes
web sites dedicated to John Cage here, here, and here, an article
(from The New Yorker?), and Mark Kolmar's Music Rant.)
Sounds of Silence - John Cage and 4'33". ABSTRACT: The purpose of this essay is
to examine the aesthetic behind Cage's "silent" composition, 4'33", to
trace its history, and to show that it marked a significant change in John Cage's musical
thought -- specifically how it forms a point-of-no-return from the conventional
communicative, self-expressive and intentional purpose of music to a radical new aesthetic
that informs the field of unintentional sound, interpenetration, chance, and
indeterminacy. The compositional process is described, both the writing of 4'33" and
its evolution from past thought. Implications for performance are examined, and
recommendations are made. - copyright © 1998 by Larry J Solomon
- MUSIC THERAPISTS
FOR PEACE, Inc. The
vision of Music Therapists for Peace, Inc. (MTP) is to enhance awareness of the global
possibilities and implications of the treatment modality music therapy. - by
Edith Hillman Boxill