Ecclesiastes 1:9, “That which has been is that which will be [again], And that which has been done is that which will be done again. So there is nothing new under the sun.”
This Scripture holds true for A444 Hz, 528 Hz, 432 Hz, and ‘Wholetones’ tuning/frequencies as well. These frequencies can be traced back to King David and to Gregorian monks in the 9th and 10th centuries. In music methodologies, they are referred to as Solfege or Solfeggio frequencies. I taught Solfege in my elementary music classes for years utilizing both the Kodaly and Orff-Schulwerk methodologies. Orff-Schulwerk has been around since the 1920’s and the Kodaly method since the mid-twentieth century. Composers from each of the musical periods, i.e. Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and even 20th century did not tune in A440 Hz until it was standardized as the international tuning in the 1950’s.
Those of us in sound & healing are simply bringing revelation to using what has long existed prior to the standardization of the A440 Hz tuning. We intentionally ensure our tuning aligns the frequencies properly.
Sound Expressions music utilizes the seven solfege frequencies, along with strings/pads for the best odd/even harmonic balance, and additionally incorporates the full range of frequencies from VoiceBio and Sound Healing Therapy training/certifications. I received an awesome testimony as I am writing this post from a family in Texas:
“We have a homeless individual staying with us. At night we always put your music on kind of loud. It calms dogs down, too! The first night the individual was at our house she said she slept so deeply and felt so refreshed. She said the music was saying, “Come back to me” over and over. That Sunday she asked to go to church with us and rededicated her life to God. She asks every night to put the music on. We play a variety of your CDs (they have them all). The first night we had on your latest music, Fragrant Expressions. We all love your music!!!”
Check out my Three CD Christmas Special under the Product Page on this website. Sound Expressions/Tammy Sorenson music can also be purchased on iTunes, CD Baby and wherever digital downloads are sold.