Guitarist and composer Enzo Crotti presents “Lullaby”, a new version of the foamous song by J. Brahms recorded with classical guitar and special 432 Hz tuning that enhances relaxing frequencies.
Integral 432 Hz Music also includes songs that are tuned differently. For example, this version of famous “Lullaby” by Brahms is recorded with root E flat at 300 Hz. The reason for choosing this tuning is that with this frequency and other musical parameter we mean to bring this music closer to the natural frequencies of the Earth, such as the well-known Schumann frequency.
“Lullaby” by Brahms is a nice and relaxing piece that is beautiful when recorded with a special 432 Hz Tuning, such this that is hardly reproducible with orchestral instruments and classical guitar. In this work Enzo Crotti is studying the frequencies of the Earth. The tuning used for this recording is with E flat root at 300 Hz, in a Pythagorean scale in fifths (not tempered). Also the time of music is regulated to exalt the natural frequencies oriented to the solicitation of the sixth Chakra.
The single “Lullaby” by Brahms is available on the official website of Enzo Crotti and in the major web stores.
Listening: Lullaby (Brahms) – Classical Guitar Integral 432 Hz
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