MUSIC OF OUR ORGANS, OUR “KEY ENERGY CENTERS”, OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, THE STARS, THE “PLATONIC SOLIDS”, AND THE PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS.
© 1993. Composed & Performed by Barbara Hero (captured from Barbara’s archived cassette recordings)
This series was designed to create an awareness of some of the possibilities of relating the organs of the body, as well as their “key energy centers”, to a musical vocabulary. There is a relationship between the five Platonic Solids and the planets in our solar system. The intervals of the Platonic Solids, based upon the ratios of their angles as determined from the Lambdoma Table, are presented. The intervals, representing the periods of the planets orbiting about the sun as well as the periods of the planet’s spins about their own axis, are included. The intervals of certain stars, based upon their distance in light years from our sun, are also presented.
This is Part 2
This MP3 includes the continuous sequence of interval chords of the Platonic Solids, the stars, the organs of our bodies and the Periodic Table translated into a musical vocabulary. The number of electrons, for each element, was chosen as one of the parameters representing the overtone scale, and the reciprocal or inversion of the number as representing the undertone scale. By octave expansion these numbers were raised to a higher pitch, a pitch within the middle octaves on the piano. There were two, basic, full-scale element groups; one for the hexagonal crystal structures of the elements, and the other for the cubic crystal structures. Each of these formed a complete musical scale. Some radioactive elements were also included based upon translating their half-lives into a musical vocabulary.
1) The music of the intervals of the solids.
2) The music of the intervals of the stars.
3) The music of the intervals of body organs.
4) The music of the intervals of some radioactive elements of the Periodic Table, based on half lives.
5) The music of some intervals of the Hexagonal structures of the elements of the Periodic Table.
6) The music of some intervals of the Cubic structures of the elements of the Periodic Table.
MP3 download, Time, 28:44
Part 1 (not included) sold separately
*I’d like to acknowledge Paul Thomas Miller, who created the software entitled “Elements”, Stephen Camp whose voice identifies the sounds, & Robert Miller Foulkrod who developed the Basic software program.