Juan de Borbón ‎– Harmonices Mvndi

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Tropical Twista Records ‎– TTR026
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3 × File, MP3, VBR
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Tracklist

1 A1 5:52
2 A2 5:40
3 A3 5:16

Notes

In 1619, Johannes Kepler wrote "Harmonices Mundi" developing the idea of a "celestial music", in an attempt to explain the movement of the planets according to the old Pythagorean theory of the harmony of the spheres.

According to Kepler, the speed of movement of the planets in relation to the distance between them would make the very nature of the solar system the continuous soundtrack of the cosmos.

We are part of something much more bigger than us. And it’s sounding, regardless borders of time and space. We just need to pay attention and listen.

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