8 thoughts on Music Of The Spheres - Various - The Sounds Of Earth (Lathe Cut)

  1. Kazizshura   Zululabar
    If your looking for the classy sound of say Music for Spheres or the instrumental sound of Tr3 Lunas two of his more recent efforts which I have to say I prefer you will not find it here, if you love Islands Heaven's open or Earth Moving, this fits into that style/5().
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  2. Gardazragore   Tauzshura
    There are plenty of music examples on the internet that you can listen to in order to establish the difference for yourself. Tuning an instrument to Hz results in a more relaxing sound while Hz slightly tenses up the body. This is because Hz is out of tune with both macrocosm and microcosm.
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  3. Nikolkree   Arakora
    The celestial 'music of the spheres' is repeated in the sounds we hear on Earth, and the music of nature formed the inspiration from which the various musical systems originally derived. In the melodies of Vedic India the Great Tone formed the starting-point, or keynote, and the other sounds .
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  4. Migore   Shakara
    the music of the spheres. Exile Half and half. These are the moments that once were a grace of turning over, drifting, now a prolonging of unease, the fear not of waking but setting foot on the day as if it were a ceiling that would give way onto who knows what. And the thought which came when light was milk falling through water bobs in a corner.
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  5. Vitaxe   Meztijas
    The heavenly spheres and their rotations through the sky produced tones at various levels, and in concert, these tones made a harmonious sound that man’s music, at its best, could approximate. Music was number made audible. Music was man’s participation in the harmony of the universe. This discovery was fraught with ethical significance.
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  6. Meztikasa   Goltisar
    By this time this golden record may be only considered a time capsule, a record of a past civilization. The record consists of some images of earth encoded in analogue format at the beginning of the record, after which are greetings in 55 languages, various field recordings of Earth and 90 minutes of music/5(52).
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  7. Malalabar   Faumuro
    Jun 11, - Explore Joni Claveria's board "Diy wind harps" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Wind, Wind chimes, Harp.9 pins.
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  8. Ararn   Fesida
    » Digital Audio: Two CDs featuring all 90 minutes of the sounds and music included in the Voyager Record, playable on any CD player.» The book Murmurs of Earth: Nearly pages describing the purpose and contents of the Voyager Interstellar Message.
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