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 unique musical experience.
We are very excited at what the future will bring as we hear more trees and plants play along with humans.
The Kawakawa tree, an incredible medicional plant, is behind the small table with the heart shaped leaves.
“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 then suddenly ripped into full range from very low to high. Up and down a few times and then she started experimenting.
“When I left the room she went quiet and sang a few notes, like she was calling me back. When I went back she took off again. She sang for a full half hour and then I said to her to just let me know when she wanted a rest by going quiet. A few minutes later she did so I disconnected it. I have a very sick friend so I will ring her later and ask Tara to sing for her. I have found the setting #99 that the machine was set at when I got it is the best. Just beautiful.” – Anne, NZ
“We attended the “Music of the Plants” [at Crystal Castle] the other day, we were both in the eye of some deep emotional “stuff” we both found we had a clearing from the music, thus healing. It was a bit more of a process than I have written here but just wanted to pass on our deep deep gratitude.” – Leigh, AU
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