Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Aeolian Mantra

Aeolian harps, named for the Greek god of the winds, Aeolus, make their appearance around 6 B.C., and have been intriguing, singular instruments ever since. If you want to hear a sample of what they can sound like (the bardo), click here.

The thought comes to me: it seems technically possible to construct aeolian harps that play mantras when resonated by the wind.

Just a thought, from a rLung guy on a windy day.

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