“Vivaldi Summer first and third movement,feat. Persian Santoor Binaural 3D in 432Hz” is a recent song from Art Tawanghar. There are a number of songs he did at 432Hz which apparently have some medicinal qualities. According to his website: “Listening to such a masterpiece in 432Hz can help to cleanse our energy, help us relax and tune out of this untuned world!” The website goes on to explain: “Comprised of four violin concertos written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1723, The Four Seasons is probably the Baroque composer's best-known work. Each of the four concerti is based on a sonnet —supposedly written by Vivaldi himself. Each sonnet is divided into three sections (fast, slow, fast), which correspond with the three movements in each concerto.”
This song is one that I wouldn’t have guessed I would hear coming from Art Tawanghar. I’m more used to beat heavy music that mixes with a lot of Eastern influence. This song is obviously more classical and I couldn’t think of anything that sounded like this from his previous catalog.
There are an array of strings on this song and it starts with a beautiful warm atmosphere that surrounds you. It sounds regal but comforting. There are some changes in the melody which have a romantic quality as if you are biking through a European shoreline.
The best moments however are when the strings becomes faster and what sounds like timpani drums enter into the picture. It’s exciting and fills you with anticipation. I would also say there’s a cerebral like quality to the music. I was thinking of the movie A Beautiful Mind. The track gets more fleshed out and it goes back and forth between momentum and homeostasis. I thought the last thirty seconds or so were thrilling.
As I mentioned this did not feel like a style I typically hear from Art Tawanghar. I have to say it was a nice change. On that note he has a tremendous back catalog and I encourage you to discover that as well.
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