The Rosslyn Motet - Concert and Science Tour -
Sat - March 19th - 2011
Music Composed/Realised by Thomas.J.Mitchell (Latin translation by Virginia Avalon)
Conducted and Scored by Stuart Mitchell
The Rosslyn Medieval Choir featuring Martin Aelred (Tenor) Anna Hillis (Mezzo), Malcolm Macfarlane (Lute/Guitar) and Edinburgh Renaissance Band
"..a hauntingly beautiful composition!" - Caduceus Magazine
"An astonishing musical journey" - Classic FM
This is your opportunity to hear a full (new score) version of the Rosslyn Motet as yet unheard in its complete form. The score has been revised to reflect in the greatest clarity the comparison between the cube symbols and the application of Chladni Patterns.
Join us from the 19th March 2011 for a musical/science tour of Rosslyn Chapel hosted by Stuart Mitchell who will explain and demonstrate the incredible decoding process that eventually arrived at the piece of music that was so carefully embeded into the architecture of Rosslyn Chapel.
19/03/2011 - Programme begins:
1.00 pm - Meeting Place, Rosslyn Chapel
(Entrance fee included in ticket price) for musical tour including Cymatics talk and demonstration on the acoustic and geometric properties of sound. History of Rosslyn Chapel with Ian Robertson author of 'Rosslyn and the Grail'
Lunch at Rosslyn Hotel (Optional)
Concert of The Rosslyn Motet from 6.30 - 8.00
9.00 :End Program:
Since the realisation of the music in 2005, Stuart and Tommy Mitchell have discovered some incredible new information which will be published later this year our new book 'The Rosslyn Key' and focuses upon the Chapel's relationship with the planet Venus and the mythical mountain 'Mount Meru'. This new research is in collaboration with musicologist Richard Merrick (USA) and will also be discussed during the tour on the 19th to further enhance the natural architectural beauty that is Rosslyn Chapel and the place it holds in our hearts.
A real life Da Vinci Code that has received world wide attention over the past 5 years and reached the hearts of many cultures around the world. Stuart and Tommy Mitchell and Cymatics Scientist John Reid alongside US musicologist and author Richard Merrick will take you on a journey that leads us back to ancient knowledge and awareness of geometry, mathematics and music.
(It is unlikely that there will be tickets available on the night, there-for we recommend getting your ticket now just in case it is sold out beforehand).
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