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Ancient Solfeggio Tones Volume 2: Explorations by Sean Luciw
artist: Sean Luciw
album: Ancient Solfeggio Tones Volume 2: Explorations
cat.#: ULCD-021
format: CD
length: 59:11
genre: meditation, math-music
released: July 9, 2011

Vol. 1 also available.

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The Ancient Solfeggio Tones have a unique and fascinating numerical structure which makes them very different from the major scale and other common scales. This numerical symmetry may offer health benefits, contributing a sense of spiritual balance when you hear and sing them.

852 Hz
741 Hz
639 Hz
528 Hz
417 Hz
396 Hz

In the six Solfeggio frequencies shown above, you can see the number 3 in the lower left corner. Following the numbers upwards in the leftmost column you can see 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Continuing from the bottom of the next column, the series continues 9, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and the next column 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, 2. The next number would be 3 and thus the series is complete. This simple number game yields some surprisingly meaningful results. For example, a musical Perfect Fourth occurs twice 528:396=4:3, 852:639=4:3) and the Golden Ratio also occurs twice (639:396=71:44, 852:528=71:44). Numerology also plays a part in the Solfeggio’s appeal - reducing each frequency to a single digit by addition (eg. 396 becomes 3+9+6=18, and 1+8=9) produces the numbers 3, 6, and 9, believed to be integral to the healing aspect.

Volume 2 features the composer's creative explorations of the Ancient Solfeggio, using various methods including his own inventions, the Ancient Solfeggio Synthesizer standalone and VSTi.

track listing:

  1. Eat Your Solfeggitables
  2. Inner Space Odyssey
  3. Ut Re Mi February 2005
  4. Where Bubbles Meet
  5. The Deep End
  6. Stand Alone
  7. Quasi-Palindromic Triangular Solfeggio Sequence

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