Music and Color
If we were able to observe the air during a concert we could see colors moving in the space. If you love music you can see it!
There are a lot of studies and treatises about this topic, but we are interesting to background music to eat well.
There is a specific science on the subject closely related to music therapy. A light background of classical ,colorful pop or popular music, in harmony with color and flavor helps to digest the meal better and to enjoy it more serenely. I’m not opposed to rock music, but classical and popular music is more readily available in order to facilitate harmonious relationships with food.
Here the list of music with the right shade and some example of weekly music accompaniment:
Monday, white menu:
Queen dance, swan lake,Tchaikoski
- Wagner, Overture Tannhauser (full version)
Church of Jewish slaves by Nabucco Act 3 of Verdi (integral)
Area of Suite N.3 in King Major of J. S. Bach (integral)
Ave verum of Mozart, the first 3 minutes
Prelude op.11 N.1,Alexander Scriabin
Tuesday, yellow menu:
The four Seasons,op.8,The Spring of Vivaldi
Synphony n.1 in SI flat major,op.38 “Spring”, Robert Schuman
Ludwig van Beethoven, sonata in FA major No.5,op.24,”The Spring”
New World Symphony, A. Dvorak side 2,sector 3,cheerful
Wednesday, orange menu
Trovatore, Giuseppe Verdi’s Choir Act 2nd .
Concert n. 2 in do(ut)less than Rachmaminov(first movement).
In the seasons, Ciaikovski (March,April,May,June).
Daphnis et Chloe dawn of Ravel.
Thursday, violet menu
Richard Wagner, Parsifal
Nabucco, introductory chorus by Verdi
The Beautiful Sleeping in the Woods,Tchaikoski
Friday, green menu
Christina Aguilera, Beautiful
Melody for harp and great orchestra of Saverio Mercadante
Handel, concert n.3 in G Major,HWV313
Poeme Fantastique op.45,n.2,Alexander Scriabin
Saturday, red menu
Bartok music for string instruments
Rachmaminov, trio elegiaque n.2 op.9
Vers la flamme op.72,Alexander Scriabin
Viva la vida,Coldplay
Sunday, rainbow mix-color menu
Antonin Dvorak, Trio Dunky op.90
Handel, concert N.1HWC
N.4 in F major
N.5 in D minor,Hwv316
N.6 in D major,HWV317/337
Nuances op.56,n.3,Alexander Scriabin
Each of us has a melody to which he is fond it, through the auditory memory we can associate a given type of music with a color, on a particular day, which could become unique and unreapetable even for a brief pause lived in multisensorial armony.