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About Positive Music
by Don Robertson

The Positive and Negative in Music

When a major triad chord is played and you are listening to it, your body, mind, and feelings resonate with the three notes, the chord. Because it is the basic chord of harmony, it is harmonious. Matter resonates harmoniously, positively. In 1968, I discovered that there was a chord that was opposite to this chord. While the triad is positive, this chord, which I call the duochord, is negative. It consists of four notes (such as C, Db, F# and G). Its effects are negative. Music that is based on this chord invokes a negative sympathetic reaction.

The musicians of ancient cultures such as China, India, Turkey (click on these links to read more) and Greece understood these principals. In fact, Pathagoras, in ancient Greece, introduced a whole science that concerned them. Because the musicians of these ancient cultures understood these principals, they created music that was positive, uplifting, and beneficial.

Once the effects of music are better understood, the next step is to gain a better understanding of the music around us, and what effect it is actually having.


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