Sound is one of the types of information that a person receives from the surrounding world in addition to information, in addition to other senses (vision, touch, smell). Since ancient times, people have been surrounded by sounds, and most of them were unconsciously associated with certain feelings and ideas. Some-with fear (roar, screams, animal howls) others, on the contrary, have to calm and relax (the sound of sea waves, the murmur of a stream, calm breathing, the rustle of trees, the singing of birds). Some sounds, known and ubiquitous, become neutral and commonplace, while new and unknown ones, on the contrary, cause alarm and confusion. Animals can easily distinguish threatening sounds from all others. Continue reading
Night. The fire of ritual fires, dance to the rhythmic beat of drums, the song of the shaman, heated movements of the body in bright clothes…
Even in ancient times, people felt that music and color were magically connected and tried to find this connection.
In the seventeenth century, the great physicist Isaac Newton imposed a light spectrum on the musical octave: the note “do” corresponded to red, “re” – purple, “mi” – blue, “FA” – blue, “Sol” – green, ” La “- yellow, ” si ” – orange.After that, many scientists continued their research. The Russian composer A. N. Scriabin, who had a naturally colored ear, built his spectrum in which the note “do” denoted red, “re” – yellow, “La” – green, “mi” and “si”- blue-whitish, “FA” – bright blue, “salt” – orange-pink. Continue reading