CANON OF THE SPACES

Roberto Cacciapaglia: “I composed “Canone degli Spazi” around essential elements – the harmony of the triads, the melodic repetition and the cycles that follow the orbits of the planets and the structure of harmonics – the very same rules that Pythagoras followed to make the laws of the Universe coincide. Sound can help us realize that the space inside us is as vast as the space outside and that in reality there is no difference between them. Sound travels through walls – the walls of the mind too – transcending both time and space. Enjoy listening.”

 

Β©Paula Borkovic

Published in response to Jo’s Monday Walk and Weekly Photo Challenge themed Reflecting.

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45 thoughts on “CANON OF THE SPACES

  1. Wonderful! I’m submerged in green because I can’t tell where one begins and one ends. And the music is beautiful. Wishing you a peaceful, happy weekend, Paula πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ And thank you!

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  2. Beautiful photo and the music is lovely. But I am, at heart, a juvenile delinquent, and I prefer something a little more uptempo to kick start my Friday, which is why I am currently listening to Ten Years After! Choo Choo Mama!
    Have a super duper weekend, Paula

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  3. I have fell under the spell of the music and your wonderful photograph. I gazed and traveled down the river wondering what I could possibly find around the next bend. You have transfixed me Paula ❀

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  4. Such beautiful music and how perfectly wonderful to have that beautiful reflecting photo to let my eyes dwell on while my mind relaxes to the sights and sounds. Have a beautiful weekend, Paula. πŸ™‚

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  6. oh Paula this is a truly stunning combination. . . . just found myself disappearing off into your picture as I listened to the music. Perfect way to spend 5minutes, thank you . . . . . now going to play it again as I spend another five exploring some of Jo’s other Monday walkers.

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    • Thank you for looking at it, Draco. It is a magical place that I only visited for 20 minutes, but am pretty happy now to have this pictorial memory to remind me of.

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