Raise your hand if you’ve heard of the Harmony of the Spheres.
Yes, it’s the idea that each celestial body emits its own frequency.
I don’t know if some guys on YouTube recorded planet sounds. They recorded something that sounds like planet sounds…maybe…
I’m trying to get you to think that piano lessons are a really good idea, even if you don’t want to practice…so I looked up scientists and music…
Yes, that is where I found that Einstein violin music…
So, I found this Nikola Tesla interview where he says Einstein didn’t understand music, hadn’t heard the music of the spheres, and that relativity was just…plain…wrong.
Who was Nikola Tesla? He was a really unsung science guy who is now being recognized in popular culture. Anyway, here’s a sample of the interview:
Particles of Light are written note. O bolt of lightning can be an entire sonata. A thousand balls of lightening is a concert.. For this concert I have created a Ball Lightning, which can be heard on the icy peaks of the Himalayas.
About Pythagoras and mathematics a scientist may not and must not infringe of these two. Numbers and equations are signs that mark the music of the spheres. If Einstein had heard these sounds, he would not create theories of relativity. These sounds are the messages to the mind that life has meaning, that the Universe exists in perfect harmony, and its beauty is the cause and effect of Creation. This music is the eternal cycle of stellar heavens. The smallest star has completed composition and also, part of the celestial symphony. The man’s heartbeats are part of the symphony on the Earth.
That’s just some of what he said, you can read the whole thing here:
Well, yeah, Tesla does sound a little nutty, but keep in mind he spoke eight languages…maybe they overlapped, or something.
No, he didn’t invent that car, but he did invent three phase electric power, the induction motor, wireless telegraphy, alternating current, the neon lamp, the remote control, a death ray, an earthquake machine that shook the ‘pants’ off Mark Twain, and the Tesla coil…
What does that have to do with playing the piano? Ummmmm……maybe if you learn to play an instrument, you could do this:
Now put your hand down and go practice your Czerny.