Conscious Art and Music
Iris Grace’s paintings have been compared to legendary French painter Claude Oscar Monet. Her paintings are lucidly colorful and leave viewers with a gentle feeling upon looking at them. In addition, each stroke of blue, green, and red seems to tell a story.
We have explored the powerful influence of the music of the Lumerians Atlanteans, Egyptians and the ancient Chinese populations. We noted that their music used intervals (and other methods) to incorporate a signature number into their music. We shall go forward in time and look into the Greek music and the early Middle Ages… and see just how music influenced these civilizations.
Heavy rains strike Ecuador on the heels of the devastating Earthquake affecting hundreds of people and infrastructure. Spiritual composer Robert Coxon sends sacred music for Ecuador to heal the Earth and the people.
Increased historical documents shed light on music of ancient Egypt and China. Music was believed to be a powerful controlling influence on the population. The rulers governed, regulated and policed the music people heard. By controlling the vibrations that people were exposed to, officials believed they yielded a strong influence over people. They had the same behavior with their art. For three thousand years the art of the Egyptians looked the same. That was no coincidence.
Led Zeppelin’s lead singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page must face a US jury trial over whether they stole opening chords for their 1971 classic Stairway to Heaven.
In a decision on Friday, US district judge Gary Klausner in Los Angeles said the song and the 1967 instrumental Taurus by the band Spirit were similar enough to let a jury decide whether Plant and Page were liable for copyright
Miller, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on April 9, has been at the center of a media cyclone ever since due to some rather inflammatory comments he made in an interview with Rolling Stone immediately following his induction by the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney. In the interview, Miller not only called the induction ceremony “unpleasant,” but went on to slam the whole music business.
Get you FREE Vivaldi color therapy picture and read/watch as Cherie Roe Dirksen takes you through the whole start to finish process of drawing to this invigorating classical composer — what emotions are hidden behind the wholesome sounds? What does Vivaldi’s music look like in pen? Come find out…
Do you like classical music? Who is your favorite composer? #ColorTherapy #SoundTherapy
When 13-year-old Solomia Lukyanets sang “Time To Say Goodbye” for her blind audition on The Voice Kids Germany, a show that features children aged 8 – 14 in a singing talent competition, the voice of an angel came out. Her performance was so beautiful judge Lena Meyer-Landrut couldn’t hold back her tears. And she’s not alone. What an amazing voice!
It’s hard to top the versions of “Over the Rainbow” by the late Judy Garland (from the Wizard of Oz) or the late Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwoʻole, Jordan Smith (winner of The Voice) possibly did just that. Here are all three renditions. You be the judge.
For the next several weeks, let’s jump into how sound and music controls the consciousness of the civilizations. Can you imagine that music could control entire populations? Pretty crazy, huh? Ancient people firmly believed that tiny, invisible vibrations (such as music) affected people’s thinking, emotional and even their physicality! “Vibrations, or sounds, can control civilizations!” wrote ancient officials. An outrageous idea at first glance, but many ancient dynasties lasted thousands of years, while we grow tired of our president in merely four years.