Where can we download free high-quality classical music

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    I could not posts in the ten-forward, and I don't know now where should I posts this thing. But, maybe I'll just post this subject here.

    I visited one site with suggestion on this:

    http://astraldynamics.com/tutorials/?BoardID=10&BulletinID=215

    Developing a taste for classical and spiritual music helps build negs resistance. Negs are repelled by the harmonies produced, and by the atmospheres these build in any area where they are regularly played. Classical music can also be used as an active countermeasure. I have yet to find a neg. that could stay active while, The William Tell Overture, and other such stimulating pieces, are played at high volume.

    What's the best download site for high-quality classical music mp3 that you know of? :rolleyes: o_O

    Tnx ;)
     
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    It's not so much what it does to the atmosphere, but rather to your brain. There's a physical connection between you and the astral. You see it from the astral when you see your cord.

    Your brain is like an amplifier. The sounds put in are the sounds you get out. It can resonate with frequencies which influence the astral, and thus also affect your life experience. I recall an expirement which was conducted in a controlled setting with plants. The plants that had rock music did not do as well, nor were they as healthy as the ones that got Mozart.

    I saw a video once shown of a brain listening first to rock music and then to Johann Sebastian Bach's Brandenburg Concerto #3. Sensors measured bloodflow within the brain. The rock music showed up only in a small part of the reptilian cortex, but Bach made the whole brain active. Wow!

    Be careful with extreme volumes or you can end up with tinnitis or ringing noises in your ears.

    Baroque Classical music seems to lend itself well to positive radiations. Rather than driving the negs away, it invites the positive energy entities and their presence drives the negs away. :D

    You can find free mp3 downloads quite easily using Google. Here's one.

    http://www.mfiles.co.uk/mp3-files.htm
     
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    hmmm what on earth are you talking about. Positive radiations? Hmmm I'm only a simple biologist not a hippy so I have no idea what you are talking about. Certainly doesn't seam to be something I covered in Radiobiology when doing my first degree.

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    I don't think these let you download for free, but you can listen to them for free as much as you like -
    http://www.magnatune.com/genres/classical/

    You might also consider listening to some streaming radio -
    http://www.shoutcast.com/

    There was actually some new studies showing that rock can actually have the same "Motzart Effect" for rock lovers as classical does :)
     
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    you can try this search in google
    -inurl:htm -inurl:html intitle:"index of" mp3|ogg|wma|avi|wav "william tell"
     
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    While this doesn't quite fit your specs, you could take a look at Classical Archives. A free membership entitles you only to midi files, and only 5 files accessed (listening or saving) per day. But for a quite reasonable annual fee (there's 2 classes of paid memberships), you get access to a much larger number of files per day (virtually unlimited) plus top-notch MP3's.

    (Edit) They're quite fastidious about anything still under copyright, so don't have much if anything by more recent composers like, e.g., Rodrigo ("Carnaval de Aranjuez").
     
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