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The monochorde is an instrument first designed by the ancient Greek mathematician, musician, philosopher, Pythagoras. Inspired by a dream about Pythagoras, Fabien Maman designed a modern monochorde with a wood base and 52 strings, all tuned to one note. When strummed, these strings produce overtones which follow the logarithmic progression of vibration, from earth to sky.
Since the spine is the most important reflex zone of the body, Fabien Maman thought it would be appropriate to have acoustic sound through overtones vibrating directly into the spine. This would affect not only the physical body structure, but also the subtle energy field around it.
The interaction of the monochorde's strings creates an extraordinary symphony of harmonic overtones. Listen closely - you'll hear what sounds like a choir of angels.