Fragments of Flow

by Freek Zwanenberg

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Todd Lawrence May
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Todd Lawrence May Freek, is really talented and this 432hz is nice piece. When it rains out it makes me smile and happy to hear his music.

Wish Freek would make some 528Hz, b/c of the relativity to the sun and our heart frequency, but even better to have some music in the Fibonacci Sequence or golden phi ratio that's evident all over Nature (Milky Way, our DNA, and even the dimensions of the body), but in due time. Regardless I have high appreciation for this fragments of Flow album.

Very well done mate! Favorite track: Finding your frequency.
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Eight mysterious piano improvisations, recorded in 432hz-tuning.

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released December 8, 2013

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Freek Zwanenberg Utrecht, The Netherlands

Freek Zwanenberg (1980) improvises on the piano, preferrably tuned to A=432hz.

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