Experiment with the Music of the Plants
Permanent and Temporary Installations
When the public encounters a plant musician, they connect to nature in a way never before imagined. The realization that plants and trees can actually interact through music is both moving and sparks a new level of discussion about the consciousness of nature. By featuring Music of the Plants in an artistic or public installation, you will also be educating people on what is necessary to create a sustainable society.
Enhanced Wellness and Recovery
Science shows us that being around plants and trees, both indoors and outdoors, significantly improves our physical, mental and emotional well being. Doctors and holistic health practitioners alike are actively researching the effects of the Music of the Plants in numerous settings—including home, hospitals and the workplace—to better understand how plant music shortens recovery time and aids in overall healing.
Personal Contact with Plant Consciousness
Contact with plant intelligence provides deeper insight into ourselves and the world around us. Studies show that plants in homes and workplaces help to reduce stress, increase productivity, enhance employee attitudes, lower operating costs and improve air quality. A personal connection to nature inspires us to create a world where the environment doesn’t need protecting because it is an integral part of who and what we are.
Plants and Students: Friends for Life
Music of the Plants explores and illustrates the fundamental tenet that all life is connected. By providing a practical experience of plant intelligence, students from young to old can perceive the intricate relationships between humans and nature, ushering in a new era of respect for our environment. You will never forget the moment you are finally able to hear the invisible sounds of nature.
What is the Music of the Plants
Since the 1970s, Damanhur—a Federation of Communities with its own constitution, culture, art, music, currency, school and uses of science and technology (www.damanhur.org)—has researched communication with the plant world. As part of this research, they created an instrument able to perceive the electromagnetic variations from the surface of plant leaves to the root system and translated them into sound.
Science increasingly supports the concept that plants operate with an innate intelligence and logic diverse from our own. Music of the Plants has taken this research into plant intelligence and plant perception to another level. By deciphering and registering the impulses and interactions of plants, they have developed a device that uses a MIDI interface to transform the impedance from a leaf to the root system of a plant into music. Extensive research continues today as we become conscious of the innate ability of nature to communicate with us when we have the instrument to listen.
Discover a new language to understand the plant world.
Recognize the delicate interaction between man and nature.
Experience the health benefits of plant music.
Reach a new level of understanding and awe about the consciousness of nature.
Bring it Home
If you find yourself in a country where there is no vendor, please contact us directly to purchase a device or become a distributor. While you wait, check out the Music of the Plants Book and CD:
Plants perceive sound and love to play music.
This is demonstrated by studies and experiments conducted in academic research and, more importantly, by the experiences of many researchers and musicians who teach plants to use electronic, musical equipment to play and sing along with them.
The research into plant intelligence, plant sensitivity and the willingness of plants to communicate with us opens our minds and our hearts to a new vision of nature and to unprecedented opportunities to dialogue with the plant world... buy the book here.
The CD audio
A new way to connect with nature
News and Press
On the 27th and 28th of May we attended the 1st International Festival of The Music of the plants in ParcFloral, Paris. We have had the privilege to meet with some researchers and scientists who study plant intelligence, as well as the great live concerts with musicians and plants together. Conference on Genodica Plant for[…]
Satu-Aamu Kangas shares with us that an article was published in the August 2016 version of the magazine Sielunpeili in Finland about her work with the Music of the Plants. The magazine is published by Karprint Oy and is available throughout the country. If you happen to speak Finnish, pick up a copy and let us know your[…]
As a token of appreciation for all your support, Lavender and Nu-Mex Twilight composed this small song for you. Our small staff has been so overwhelmed by the amount of positive feedback about the Music of the Plants that we have not been able to properly communicate what is happening here in MotP headquarters—and there is so much[…]
Music has the ability to open many gates of communication, and we know this very well. It makes us dream; it evokes feelings and different kinds of states in us; it heals; it lets us express ourselves. As a Musician and Sound Healer, I know this aspects of music very well. But what I have[…]
Centrum voor evolugrafie (Belgium) is a centre that works with different techniques to help you to re-adapt on physical, emotional and mental levels. During the sessions, you learn to go out of your comfort zone and break with your ill-making habits which are manifested through your thoughts. Bellaret recently started using the Music of the[…]
“I recently completed a project in a primary school in county Galway, Ireland, where I came in about once a week to teach a class of 27 six-year-old children about wild plants and trees. Each one of my visits lasted about three hours, during which the children got to know a particular wild plant, through[…]
Listen to plants create wondrous music of a Christmas Cactus and Majesty Palm duet recorded by Emerald Voices Music of the Trees in Canada. Leave us a comment with what you feel when you listen to the music of these plants!
This is a duet between the tobacco plant, Semah, and echinacea plant, Brigid from Anne Elliot in New Zealand. Although they live together, and no doubt communicate between each other, this is the first time they’ve been connected to Pan (Anne’s Music of the Plants device) and a second device so we can hear how[…]
An emerging duet with cellist Raeul Pierard and a young Kawakawa tree playing the Music of the Plants U1. What we are seeing is that with time, a musical rapport is possible between human and plant instrumentalists. This short clip exhibits the future possibilities of human musicians joining with plant musicians to create the most[…]
I had just connected my first young birch tree to the device and I was playing some cords. I found out a series of cords that the birch tree would easily follow. I was puzzling in my mind with songs I knew, trying to find out a song the tree would be able follow. Very[…]