The Integral 432 Hz Music considers all the tonics to be important, not just the note A at 432 Hz. For this version of the known Chorale BWV 140 by J.S. Bach, I chose the unusual tonality of F # at 360 Hz,
Original composition for guitar and orchestra tuned to 432 Hz, with a special tuning difficult to reproduce with orchestral instruments.
Rare arrangement of the Andante from the Mozart Concerto for Horn and Orchestra K495, adapted for classical guitar and orchestra, in a version between Classical and New Age,
“Dio lo sa” is a song composed by Enzo Crotti, recorded 432 Hz with tuning. The lyrics of this song tell of the delicate problem of solidarity and refugees.
“Riflessi sul Reale” is a song sung by Enzo Crotti, recorded with tuning to 432 Hz. This tuning, used for this recording is temperate, to give the most recognizable sound and concentrate listening to the lyric.
“Aria d’Ohm” is a meditative song with a special tuning difficult to reproduce with orchestral instruments. I call this way to produce music: “Integral 432 Hz Music”.
“Pavane Op. 50” is a composition by Fauré wich music is composed and recorded so that the frequencies are as natural as possible, thanks to the knowledge of mathematics of life that is explained in the last book I have published: “Integral 432 Hz Music”.
In this book I have tried to give the reader a global point of view to understand wath implications music can have for the well-being and human consciousness.
“A Mixolydian Samba” is a composition that is part of a small suite of three songs focused on deep listening which of course will consist of 432 Hz Integral Music.