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[https://youtu.be/9bZkp7q19f0 PSY - GANGNAM STYLE (Youtube external link)] over 3 thousand million views.
 
[https://youtu.be/9bZkp7q19f0 PSY - GANGNAM STYLE (Youtube external link)] over 3 thousand million views.
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==432hz==
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It is said that 432hz is particularly harmonic.<br>
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The reasons 440 hertz was chosen as the standard are a matter of some debate.
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Excerpt from [[FIGU Zeitzeichen 100]], 4th August 2018.<br>
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Special information on this: BEAM said in July 2018, in response to a question on this subject, that there is a thoroughly realistic connection between the so-called 'divine tone' or the 'creative tone' and the so-called 432 hertz music.
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Excerpt from "Music Tuned to 432 Hertz Vibrates on a Divine Level?" By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times.<br>
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<small>7th August, 2015 Updated: 29th March, 2016<br>
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Source: https://www.theepochtimes.com/music-tuned-to-432-hz-vibrates-on-a-divine-level_1708924.html</small><br>
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'''Tests suggest 432 Hertz, more complete, peaceful'''
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Music scholar Maria Renold, in her book “Intervals, Scales, Tones and the Concert Pitch,” described how she tested the different effects on listeners created by 440 hertz and 432 hertz tuning. She asked thousands of people in various countries over the course of 20 years to evaluate how they felt listening to each. <span class="mw-customtoggle-432hzshow"><small><small>[continue reading]</small></small></span>
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She said 90 percent preferred the 432 hertz tuning. When asked to describe it, they used words such as “completed, correct, peaceful, [and] sunlike.” Conversely, they described 440 hertz tuning as sounding “uncomfortable, oppressive, [and] narrow-minded.”
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Renold was influenced by the Austrian mystic Rudolf Steiner, who warned against the “luciferic brightness” of higher tones and advocated A=432 hertz as spiritually uplifting. Renold’s study was not peer reviewed; it has also not been replicated, but it appears no scientists have seriously attempted to replicate it.
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Acoustical engineer Trevor Cox conducted an informal online study, asking people to state their preference among pieces of music shifted to simulate seven different tuning frequencies, including 432 and 440. With 200 respondents, he found a slight preference for 440 over 432.
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The test involved music that had been digitally retuned, however, not acoustically retuned. It is unclear whether this may have made a difference, since Renold stated that her test only worked with nonelectrical instruments. Any tests she performed with electronically produced tones failed.
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The move to 432 hertz has been supported by prominent figures, including Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti and Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi. Singing to this tuning is said to put less strain on a singer’s vocal chords.
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==Suggestions on where and when to listen==
 
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It’s also been suggested that governments and governmental leaderships, were they to promote this music nationally as part of a national campaign, it’s an incredibly cheap cost effective way of very quickly increasing a nations wealth.
 
It’s also been suggested that governments and governmental leaderships, were they to promote this music nationally as part of a national campaign, it’s an incredibly cheap cost effective way of very quickly increasing a nations wealth.
 
==432hz==
 
It is said that 432hz is particularly harmonic.
 
 
Excerpt from [[FIGU Zeitzeichen 100]], 4th August 2018.<br>
 
<blockquote>
 
Special information on this: BEAM said in July 2018, in response to a question on this subject, that there is a thoroughly realistic connection between the so-called 'divine tone' or the 'creative tone' and the so-called 432 hertz music.
 
</blockquote>
 
  
 
==Website Info==
 
==Website Info==

Revision as of 10:42, 28 August 2018

Enjoy peaceful classical music while you read, or perhaps while you do other things...


Contact Report 611 extract.

It's not only known about by us Plejaren, it's also known about with the human beings of Earth too. The might of music has been known since ancient times, particularly with the terrestrial peoples of the ancient advanced civilisations, who knew that the might of good, positive music helped civilisations to boom, [continue reading]

while, in turn, negative, bad music, sealed their downfall. Primarily, great philosophers knew about the might of the music and its influence on the society, this both in relation to the rise and also to the downfall of civilisations. However, they also knew about the might of harmonious, good and positive music, through which the intelligence could be promoted and the psyche refined, or that through disharmonious-negative-bad music much terribleness had been wrought, to which entire advanced civilisations fell victim. However, they also knew that in the brain of the human being, under certain circumstances, music calls forth frequencies similar to hypnosis, and indeed both in the good and positive as well as in the evil and negative. The human beings of the ancient advanced civilisations were clearly aware that through good, harmonious and positive music, the human ability to learn increases enormously and also the character as well as the good and positive modes of behaviour become refined. For the human being, music is one of the most important factors of life regarding the formation of his/her thoughts, feelings and the psyche, because it imparts to him/her a value-consciousness, but unfortunately, not only in the good and positive, but also in the evil, negative and bad. If the value and the might of the harmonious music are set highly, then the human being also feels uplifted and feels impulsations of equalisedness, love, peace and freedom in himself/herself, whereby in the same wise also his/her morals and modes of behaviour are equally formed. However, if the music is disharmonious, inferior to completely valueless, then the human being becomes pressed down by aggressiveness and unequalisedness and finds no access to real love, to true peace and open freedom, nor to a valueful moral state, nor to corresponding modes of behaviour. And on Earth today, exactly this evil, negative and bad form prevails among countless human beings of Earth of all ages because they are ensnared by the might of this malicious and disharmonious music, which, since the 1980s, has been deemed to be 'modern' and transfixes all those human beings of Earth who in themselves are aggressive, unequalised, unhappy, unorderly, abusively negative, unsatisfied, often conscienceless, rebellious, even malicious and irrational. The human beings of Earth should therefore follow the example of a child, because as long as they are not influenced in a bad wise by evil, disharmonious, negative and bad music, they are open to good, harmonious and positive music. Thus, if the child is observed, then it is to be said with respect to this, that the child, at least as long as he/she comes in contact with normal, good, harmonious and positive music, is better able to perceive certain nuances in the communication, and indeed fully independently of whether he/she can enjoy any good music lessons or not. This indicates that through the music, the child can learn to pursue his/her own thoughts, feelings and emotions, and is able to sense whether or not everything is right with other human beings through the sound of their voices. However, the world of music and its tones enables not only the child, but also the adult human being to better understand his/her surroundings and to communicate with fellow human beings. Among us Plejaren, for millennia it has no longer been a secret how much music promotes the development of the human being in many areas, also cognitive, mental, emotional and social capabilities.

Contact Report 620 extract.

...related to the sounds, tones and music in nature. It's the case that all other life forms are affected by it and even all coarse-substantial and fine-fluidal material as well as all that which is high-fine-fluidal, throughout the universal expanse. [continue reading]

By means of these sound and tone swinging waves, all plants and all life-forms in general move, as well as all atoms and all more minute substances, as also all planets, suns, comets, meteors, nebulas and asteroids and so forth, wherethrough they generate a kind of music that is attuned to each of their kind, which I want to describe as musical whooshing and humming throughout the entire universe, whereby therethrough also a certain healing power is emanated in many ways. Therefore, also every life form, no matter what genus or species, is hit by these universal-energetic musical-swinging-waves together with the cosmic-electromagnetic life energy, and, according to its own individuality, sends out harmonious or disharmonious sounds and tones that I will also describe as a form of music. Already your father Sfath has explained all that to me in this wise.

Source: FIGU-Landesgruppe Australia article Effects of Good and Bad music (external) - a lengthy page with a collection of contact reports translated to English which are relevant and related to music.


List of best music artists

Search for any of these names on the internet for their music.
ClassicFM (External website) - Classical and traditional music live radio.


Johann Sebastian Bach
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart[1] - Romanze: Andante (Youtube external link)
Ludwig van Beethoven - ‘Pastoral’ Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 (Youtube external link)

- Moonlight Sonata. Op 27. (Youtube external link)

Richard Wagner
Joseph Haydn
Johannes Brahms
Franz Schubert - Serenata (Serenade) D.957 (Youtube external link)
Robert Schumann
Georg Friedrich Händel
Piotr Illitch Tchaïkovsky - Waltz of the flowers (Youtube external link)

- Sugar Plum Fairy (The Nutcracker) (Glass Harp) (Youtube external link)

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy[2] - Spring Song (Youtube external link)
Antonín Dvořák
Franz Liszt
Frédéric Chopin - Spring Waltz (Youtube external link)

- Grande polonaise brillante op 22. (Youtube external link)
- The Nocturne No. 20 in C-sharp minor, Op. posth (Youtube external link)

Igor Stravinsky
Giuseppe Verdi
Aram Il'yich Khachaturian - Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia (Youtube external link)
Gustav Mahler
Sergej S. Prokofiew
Dmitri Shostakovich - The Second Waltz. Op 99. (Youtube external link)
Richard Strauss
Hector Berlioz
Claude Debussy - Arabesque. No 1 & No 2. (Harp) (Youtube external link)
Giacomo Puccini
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Anton Bruckner

List of symphony orchestra music

ClassicFM (External website) - Classical and traditional music live radio.
John Wilson Orchestra - Rhapsody in blue, BBC Proms 2016 (Youtube external link)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Schönbrunn Concert 2018 (Youtube external link)
Ravel - Bolero, BBC Proms 2014 (Youtube external link)
BBC Proms 2010 Royal Albert Hall, Orchestra Cinema (Youtube external link)
BBC Proms 2007 Royal Albert Hall, Anna Netrebko Joshua Bell J. Bellochlavec (Youtube external link)
Concert du Nouvel An 2012, Soirée de Gala, Réveillon autour de Verdi (Youtube external link)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Gala from Salzburg, Austria (Youtube external link)
Maria Callas Opera Arias: La Traviata, Norma, Madama Butterfly, Lucia di Lammermoor (Youtube external link)
Blossoms on a Moonlit River in Spring (华韵群芳《春江花月夜》) Central Chinese Orchestra (Youtube external link)
Joe Hisaishi (25 years concert) Budokan Arena, Tokyo, Japan (Youtube external link)
The unofficial soundtrack to Billy Meiers 23 pages included in Contact Report 251 - the epic of Nokodemion; begins at 11m 29sec
Ludovico Einaudi, Royal Albert Hall 2010 (Youtube external link)
BBC Proms 2011 Benjamin Grosvenor plays Britten's Piano Concerto (Youtube external link)
BBC Proms 2017, Last Night of the Proms, Royal Albert Hall (Youtube external link)
Hans Zimmer - Time, Live in Prague, Orchestra (Youtube external link)
Antony Hermus, Hans Zimmer Interstellar suite - Danish national symphony orchestra (Youtube external link)
Concert Netrebko 2011, Kaufmann, Schrott, Armiliato, Orchestra (Youtube external link)
Ronan Hardiman - Celtic dream (lord of the dance) Irish music (Youtube external link)

List of examples of other styles of peaceful music

Richard Rodgers - Edelweiss (YouTube external link)
David Lewis Luong - Isle of Aloha (YouTube external link)
Oceanlab - Miracle (YouTube external link)
RelaxDaily - No089 (YouTube external link)
Above and Beyond - Good For Me (Youtube external link)
Katie Melua - I Will Be There (YouTube external link)
Keiko Matsui - Tears Of The Ocean (Youtube external link)
Kitaro - Journey (Youtube external link)
文章。- 古月照今塵 (Youtube external link)
Anoushka Shankar & Karsh Kale - Sea Dreamer (Feat Sting) (Youtube external link)
Llewelyn - The Healing Mists (Youtube external link)
Yanni - Guilty Pleasure (Youtube external link)
Morcheeba - Riverbed (Youtube external link)
Fenomenon - Pacific Memories (Youtube external link)
Zero 7 - The Space Between (Youtube external link)
Gustavo Santaolalla - Motorcycle diaries (From Usuahia to Quiaca) (Youtube external link)
Andreas Vollenweider - The woman and the stone (Youtube external link)
Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson - Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (Youtube external link)
Kenny Simeone - Southern Style Smokey Mountains (Youtube external link)
Kinobe - Heartstring (Youtube external link)
Blue Solar - Believe In Me (YouTube external link)
Mark Isham - In A Silent Way (Milestones) (Youtube external link)
Vangelis - Ask The Mountains (Youtube external link)
The Carpenters - We’ve Only Just Begun (Youtube external link)
Patrick Swayze - She's Like The Wind ft. Wendy Fraser (Youtube external link)
Sade - By Your Side (Youtube external link)
George Michael - To Be Forgiven (Youtube external link)
The Stylistics - You’ll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart) (Youtube external link)
Peabo Bryson - Can You Stop The Rain (Youtube external link)
Coldplay - High Speed (Youtube external link)
Above and Beyond - Acoustic Full Concert (YouTube external link)
Unknown artist - Unknown song (Relaxing waterfall guitar music) (Youtube external link)

Disharmonious music

au.figu.org: Effects of Good and Bad music (external)


BBC Proms: Anna Meredith: Five Telegrams - Sender & Receiver (Youtube external link) III:Redaction (12mins 0seconds)
PSY - GANGNAM STYLE (Youtube external link) over 3 thousand million views.

432hz

It is said that 432hz is particularly harmonic.
The reasons 440 hertz was chosen as the standard are a matter of some debate.


Excerpt from FIGU Zeitzeichen 100, 4th August 2018.

Special information on this: BEAM said in July 2018, in response to a question on this subject, that there is a thoroughly realistic connection between the so-called 'divine tone' or the 'creative tone' and the so-called 432 hertz music.


Excerpt from "Music Tuned to 432 Hertz Vibrates on a Divine Level?" By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times.
7th August, 2015 Updated: 29th March, 2016
Source: https://www.theepochtimes.com/music-tuned-to-432-hz-vibrates-on-a-divine-level_1708924.html


Tests suggest 432 Hertz, more complete, peaceful

Music scholar Maria Renold, in her book “Intervals, Scales, Tones and the Concert Pitch,” described how she tested the different effects on listeners created by 440 hertz and 432 hertz tuning. She asked thousands of people in various countries over the course of 20 years to evaluate how they felt listening to each. [continue reading]

She said 90 percent preferred the 432 hertz tuning. When asked to describe it, they used words such as “completed, correct, peaceful, [and] sunlike.” Conversely, they described 440 hertz tuning as sounding “uncomfortable, oppressive, [and] narrow-minded.”

Renold was influenced by the Austrian mystic Rudolf Steiner, who warned against the “luciferic brightness” of higher tones and advocated A=432 hertz as spiritually uplifting. Renold’s study was not peer reviewed; it has also not been replicated, but it appears no scientists have seriously attempted to replicate it.

Acoustical engineer Trevor Cox conducted an informal online study, asking people to state their preference among pieces of music shifted to simulate seven different tuning frequencies, including 432 and 440. With 200 respondents, he found a slight preference for 440 over 432.

The test involved music that had been digitally retuned, however, not acoustically retuned. It is unclear whether this may have made a difference, since Renold stated that her test only worked with nonelectrical instruments. Any tests she performed with electronically produced tones failed.

The move to 432 hertz has been supported by prominent figures, including Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti and Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi. Singing to this tuning is said to put less strain on a singer’s vocal chords.

Suggestions on where and when to listen

Most countries have a national or regional classical radio station of their own if you check, a radio tends to be enough or it can be streamed from the internet.

In the home: It’s been suggested that a radio playing classical music, works particularly well in a family or communal kitchen area, the SSSC sometimes tune the kitchen radio to it. Preparing the food, eating, tidying away, having conversations in the kitchen with it playing, if the kitchen doubles as a meeting area too etc. Another place it’s been suggested works well is in the bathroom, if it’s a shared family bathroom just leaving it on like in the kitchen quietly, and for during the bath itself, shaving and grooming at the mirror, it doesn’t work for shower rooms.

In a car: It’s been suggested that classical music works well in a vehicle and while driving, with passengers especially when with younger passengers and in most scenarios. It may also be dangerous and cause a nasty accident if it requires too much concentration, so it’s not the ideal place to really enjoy the music for the driver, but as a sound beyond the intense concentration necessary for driving it can be calming.

On public transport: Through headphones, but never too loudly.

In a public area: Cafe, restaurant, hotel lobby, reception area, offices of most kinds, surgery/hospital/dentist, museum, exhibition space, elevator/lift, in a media presentation etc. The various properties of the music may cause all sorts of good effects such as; calm generally, better care of the facilities, increased shopper spending, revisiting tourists, good reviews, less complaints, increased productivity, better more rational decisions, more generative exchanges etc., many different good qualities that any manager and boss could be made aware of if they’re not already and most are aware of the might of quality harmonic music.

At a live performance: As a one-off attendance to a dedicated event with a live orchestra, most cities and many towns have these events through out the year.

It’s not just classical music, there are many genres and subgenres and styles that hold similar values, there is also meditation, new age music, romance and love songs, acoustic, smooth jazz, Asian genres, Traditional music and others that have various generative properties which promote all kinds of pleasant things.

It’s also been suggested that governments and governmental leaderships, were they to promote this music nationally as part of a national campaign, it’s an incredibly cheap cost effective way of very quickly increasing a nations wealth.

Website Info

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References

  1. Wolfgang: see Nokodemion
  2. Jakob / Felix: see Nokodemion