Music has the ability to
move one's emotions in ways that no other art form can. Sound is very
powerful. Harmony, melody and rhythm are all
governed by the laws of proportion. A perfect fifth, for example, is the
ratio of 2:3 of the frequencies of the two notes. If a note of 440 Hz is
played together with another at 660 Hz then they relate as a perfect
fifth like the interval C-G or G-D or F#-C#. Likewise rhythm is the
proportion of time intervals and sound the same despite the tempo. And a
melody is recognizable no matter what key it's in. The proportion of the
notes' frequencies is what remains constant. This is similar to a visual
object being recognizable due to its proportions no matter what its size
is. The underlying mathematics of art is interesting. Often art is made
within this framework.
An early musical
experience was to hear "She loves you" by the Beatles. It moved my
romantic little soul. The Beatles, and many more, have inspired me to
write songs myself.
Here are full length tracks from two albums,
Here on Earth
There is also an
additional 16 songs in English and Swedish.