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
“I only have one indoor plant, she is a peace lily called Tara. I hooked the device up and Tara made a couple of single notes both at the same frequency. Then the same note a few more times but a bit faster then she tentatively tried a few notes either side of it
When people discover that you can communicate with Plants, there are several common reactions. The first is denial, they think you are making it up. The second is awe. Sometimes the awe leads them to think that I have super powers and suddenly all must go well in my life. 🙂 Instead, communicating with
We have listened to our plants play music for the last 14 months. Lone got the Music of The Plants CD produced at Damanhur as a birthday gift in August 2014. When we realized that the Music of the Plants was offered for sale, we bought one in January 2015, and started playing with potted plants in our home.
Reprinted from Damanhur Community Blog: Zigola, a Damanhurian citizen and singer born in the Netherlands shares about an artistic co-creation with nature in the Sacred Woods Temple of Damanhur, dedicated to children. I’m one of the fortunate people that live in the Sacred Woods of Damanhur, a woods with spirals and labyrinths for healing and
The relationships we have here at MotP headquarters with our vendors is one of the highlights of this work! We not only get to hear about all the amazing activities and life-changing research they are involved with, but little-by-little, we get to know their trees and plants as well. Our very own network of families
In November 2014, Edoardo Taori and Federica Zizzari set off on a 40 day trip across northern India and Nepal on the artistic project, “Viaggiando nel Canto degli Alberi” (Traveling in the Song of Trees), to search for the Sacred Trees that represent these peoples. The goal of their projects are to sensitize and create