A Song In My Heart

It’s a beautiful day. The sun is shining. The sky is blue. The birds are singing. What could be better? Perhaps a little bit from the two greats of Jazz: The Queen, Ella Fitzgerald and The King, Louis Armstrong… A three-day lyrical challenge – Day 1 Thanks Jane. You caught me in the mood. But then, after … More A Song In My Heart

Sound Bubbles

It’s a complicated thing, this thing called sound. Back in March I dipped into the world of sounds with this article about how it has been discovered that sound travels in bubbles, not waves, as previously thought. It goes on to explain that our voice transforms into  infrared light. Cell to cell communication occurs within … More Sound Bubbles

Sound – Music is so much more than notes

 This is a continuation of yesterday’s post  on Sound – Bubbles and Waves Have you ever heard of Solfeggio Frequencies or Solfeggio Music ?  It is a term used to describe ancient music in which the  tuning practices created pure tones such as  Gregorian chanting for example. The frequencies of the solfeggio scale have been found … More Sound – Music is so much more than notes

Amazing Musicians

People are so amazingly talented! Do you have a hidden talent? Are you an amazing street performer? Raili Tanska Steps for Peace With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable. Thomas Fowell Buxton