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A project by Kosma Solarius and Jens Zygar.

 

 

Inspired by the teachings of the cosmic octave, the doctrine of the order frequencies of nature, in connection with the Tao doctrine of the cycles of biological life.

 

This project is concerned with the relationship of time and their cyclically repeating effects on the integrity of the person in the course of each day.

 

The aim of the project is to develop a range of tools that assist an individual synchronization with the macroscopic relationships of nature and the cosmos.

 

Tone and colors follow its expiry, the changing quality of time in space. It's about providing all relevant voice data to have an acoustic reflection of their nature available to extremely high order correlations of nature and life and to use them for sensual depiction of the resonance.

 

The vision of a new way of dealing with colors and tones.

 

Any situation of their own but also the common life can be summed up in a displayable color and sound resonance point. However, this is not stoic and rigid but fluent convertible he takes every day a repetitive conversion in accordance with the cyclic sequences of the day, the week, the month of the year.

 

The human being is voted at all levels through the embedding in a higher level vibration context of life.

 

The medical teaching institution maximum times delivered in traditional Chinese medicine is an expression of a branch of science that has found the term chronobiology its way into the West.

 

For more info, visit the project website under www.icosmo.de

 

Solar-System

 

 

In 1978 Hans Cousto, a Swiss mathematician, is the concept developer of the harmonical planet spheres calculations into musical tuning data.

 

The pioneers of cosmic octave tuned music are the German band formation Star Sounds Orchestra (SSO), founded in 1989 by Steve Schroyder [wiki entry] and Jens Zygar.

 

For more information about the Cosmic Octave Tuning, please visit the comprehensive website of Planetware.

 

Kosma Solarius was playing twice for 7 hours live at the Venus-Transit in 2004 and 2012.

 

The following video was recorded at the last Venus-Transit in 2012 at the Top Rock Bar Koh Phangan, Thailand. Pete Kearton (e-guitar) and Andreas Breuss (trombone) where joining Kosma Solarius for some hours of live improvisation with cosmic tuned electronic music.

 

Space Brothers

 

Space Brothers is an project founded by Jens Zygar (gongs & percussion) and Kosma Solarius (gongs, drums, synth & mix) in 2001.

 

  • Visit our Facebook page > show page

  • Phanganist.com interview with the Space Brothers > show page

 

Featured artists:

  • Hee Jeong Ko (vocals); [Sourth Korea]
  • Alexandros Karsiotis "Alexis" (vocals); [Greece]
  • Juan Carlos Larish Salamanca (flute); [Spain]
  • Pete Kearton (e-guitar); [United Kingdom]
  • Jody Stoddart (e-guitar); [Scotland]
  • Ritthichai Timjorn "Cook" (saxophone); [Thailand]
  • DJ NOTE (special sound fx); [Thailand]
  • Common Tense "Reza" (special sound fx); [Iran]
  • Andrew Barnabas "Barn" (keys); [England]
  • Phon (dance performance); [Thailand]
 
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