Quiet Music is a world of music in its own right.
Instruments like the lute or the viola da gamba may well be employed as vehicles for a journey into a realm of dreams, into an inner world of subtle perception and feelings. Learn more about it here!
A few words about Quiet Music
Quiet music can move the soul with its fine and subtle sounds and bring it into harmony...
Lovers of lute and gamba music are a distinguished set!
During the Renaissance the lute was regarded as the “Queen of Instruments” with the viola da gamba as a close relation.
Dance plays an important role in Quiet Music. Its rhythmic impulses produce a characteristic intensity and lightness.
Lutz Kirchhof speaks about the romantic of the Quiet Music.
Meditating to Quiet Music is quite simple: you choose a pleasant place to relax and let your thoughts come to rest.
Medicines heal the soul through the body; music heals the body through the soul.
A quotation from the baroque era about the use of restorative lute music.
Music should be listened to consciously. Here are a few tips.
Here you can hear Quiet Music and experience the relationship to nature.
Miriam die Prophetin, Frau Publiae, Ernst Gottlieb Baron, Sir Thomas Mace, Wolfgang Caspar Printz, David Ricci, Esaias Reusner...