Talk:FIGU Special Bulletin 49

Revision as of 23:22, 12 July 2010 by Markvd (talk | contribs) (Comment provided by Mark - via ArticleComments extension)

Comments on FIGU Special Bulletin 49 <comments /> said ...

I agree with what Ptaah says about music. I would only like to know which kind of a truly harmonic music are nowadays to be found. Because many old people who used to make harmonic music have passed away(death). The new youth do not have knowledge or understanding the meaning of harmonic music and what effect it has on human being of this earth. Harmonic music can influence positivly the proces of meditation and ect. I would like to ask Billy if Ptaah could give more information on which harmonic music is the best to be listen to. Peace, harmony and love be to all. 15:16, 11 July 2010 (BST)

Neckel said ...

Salome Alex,

I can only agree with your words.

In the contact notes they refer to classic (Bethoven, Nabucco, ect) music as harmonious and that there are also harmonious songs in various other music directions (techno, rock, pop, altrnative, trip hop, jazz and blues ect...). As far as i know, in general "hip-hop" (there are a few exceptions though), trash mainstream pop (this "lalala ooooh boy, kiss stuff") and "death/heavy metal" are not harmonious at all. As far as i kow from a friend, harmonious music is defined as a music where notes/tones are played in a sequence where they have to be close together and do not vary more than 1/2 tone from each other.

There is still harmonious music produced, but it becomes more and more an exception:

Peace and wisdom may also be with you.

--Neckel 16:10, 11 July 2010 (BST)

Bigfoot said ...

Nature has the best musicians and the best music comes from Creation. I like the classic water rushing against boulders in a small mountain run-off stream. Crickets and frogs sound nice as do Magpies and Ravens.

--Bigfoot 00:07, 13 July 2010 (BST)

Mark said ...

Thanks for the info Bigfoot, I guess all those nature CD's are produced by the Pleiadians. Time to round up the producers for questioning. :) j/k I think we need a big stereo system that can amplify nature sounds with a built in subquakewoofer. Earth is saved once again.

--Markvd 00:22, 13 July 2010 (BST)