shades of music
Night. Fire of ritual bonfires, dance to the rhythmic beat of drums, song of a shaman, heated up with body movements 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, “salt” – green, “la” – yellow, si is orange. After him, many scientists continued their research. Russian composer A.N. Scriabin, who had Continue reading