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We all find ourselves in situations that stir up anxiety. And for a growing number of us, our fear and worry have reached debilitating levels. How can we stay balanced and live up to our potential when fear and anxiety seem so easily to get the best of us? According to Dr. Friedemann Schaub, the answer lies in the subconscious mind-the source of these most challenging emotions and the key to the wisdom they offer.
Bestselling author Harriet Lerner is at her provocative best in this examination of fear as the key motivating force in our lives.
"While we often associate Leonard Bernstein's sense of trascendence with his ability to cross musical boundaries… or his skill in discussing and describing that nondiscursive art known as music with his singular eloquence, the two works presented on this recording, The Age of Anxiety and his Serenade after Plato's "Symposium", offer us an alternate perspective on Bernstein's artistry. Throughout his opus, as both a "longhair" composer and a composer of more popular forms, Bernstein had intertwined words with music - taking on Voltaire in Candide, for instance, or setting various psalms for his celebrated collection, The Chichester Psalms. In The Age of Anxiety and Serenade, Bernstein takes us one step further: he uses instrumental music to illustrate, expand, even explicate literary expression. They represent as such a curious reversal of what we can come to expect from this artist."by Jackson Braider