Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1967. 434 pages with numerous illustrations.
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Beech Hill, 2015. First printing. Joseph Azize's fourth book is written for people who both love enough of John Lennon's music to care about its maker, and also feel that there is something deep at work within themselves, that there is something sublime to be learned about ourselves and the...
New York: Galaxy, 1939. Parts printed and bound separately in printed folder; Approximately 80 pages total.
Schaumburg: Saint Germain Foundation, 1988. 43 pages.
Schaumburg: Saint Germain Foundation, 1986. 81 pages.
2013. In a recent interview, Yleana spoke of how, for her as a pianist, this music is intimately connected with the body. With sweeping gestures she described the music rising up from earth into the body, resounding in the belly with the rhythmic pieces, moving up into the chest with...
Miami: Fundación Gurdjieff Miami, 2015. CD recording of concert performed by Yleana Bautista on November 15, 2014, in Coral Gables FL; 120 minutes running time; Includes eleven keyboard pieces by J.S. Bach and eleven piano pieces by G.I. Gurdjieff & Thomas de Hartmann; Liner notes booklet in Spanish and English.
London: Tro Essex Music, 1973. 156 pages.
New York: Boosey & Hawkes, N.D. 186 pages.
New York: Booset & Hawkes, 1939. 40 pages.
Vancouver: Granville Island, 2008. First edition. Signed by the author; 369 pages with many photographs.
Boston: 2010. xii, 289 pages.
Library Reprints, 2001. Preface by Sir Edward Elgar; 79 pages.
St. Louis: MMB Music, 1986. Third impression. 160 pages.
Sparrow, 1986. 55 pages.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. First edition. 394 pages.
Gospel Songs, 1936. 34 pages.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1975. First edition. Light foxing to page edges; 252 pages.
New York: 1991. Contains "Restoring the Imago Dei" by Philip Zaleski - A search for the Golden Mean within; "The Measure of Difference" by Robert Lawlor - Ratio, proportion, and analogy in mathematics and life; "The Dance of Libra" by Rob Baker - An ancient symbol of the active state...
London: Oxford University Press, 1969. 94 pages.
Basta, 2016. Known mostly for his collaboration with Gurdjieff, Thomas de Hartmann was also an accomplished composer in his own right. He studied composition with Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev, was quite famous in Russia at the turn of the Twentieth Century and collaborated with Wasily Kaminski in...
2005. The science of harmonic attunement is the science of the soul. The search for the soul is the hero's quest, and only comes into being from the quest itself. This book attempts to support this quest through an analysis of Aristoxenus' Elementa Harmonica (c. 360 B.C.), from which Mitzi...
2006. The third book in a musicological trilogy that seeks objective answers to physical and metaphysical questions by way of musical ratios and proportions. Though starting with the acoutical properties of vibrating strings, the author goes on to attack thorny isses facing quantum physics today. She find surprising answers from...
Xlibris, 2005. A Musicological study showing how by adhering to certain exact ratios, music gains objective power. The inquiry is scientific, the solutions ingenious. Following unconventional lines, the author brings together what appears on the surface to be three separate lines: Judaism, Hinduism, and the Gurdjieff Work. Their link is...
New York: Oliver Ditson, 1934. Sheet Music; 98 pages.