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Below Above

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Colors — painting musical numbers + fire

Colors is the musical theme chosen by Johnny.

Oh yeah.

Let’s Dance.

Play with fire.

What’s your desire?

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OPI Instinct of Color

OPI Products

Featuring ‘Down the Road’ by French DJs C2C.

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Colors of India – “India 101” Music Video Jonah Goldenberg

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Get “India 101 – Hosted by Sazzy Varga” on DVD or watch instantly online http://www.amazon.com/India-101-hoste…
Enjoy Sazzy Varga’s India adventures and this film makes a great gift on DVD or download to own or rent online at Amazon. For the DVD
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Miles Davis The Kind of Blue Sessions

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Kermit, “It’s Not Easy Being Green”

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U2 “Bullet the Blue Sky”

Martin Maláček

This is a student animation project, which was done in 2011 by me and my brother.
It’s inspired by one of our most favorite U2 songs: Bullet the Blue Sky.

Made by: Michael Malacek & Martin Malacek

Music:
U2 – Bullet The Blue Sky

More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_t…

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Angus & Julia Stone-All The Colours

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Amy Winehouse  “Back to Black”

BBC One Sessions

237into

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Extras:

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Jared Ficklin: New ways to see music (with color! and fire!)

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http://www.ted.com Designer Jared Ficklin creates wild visualizations that let us see music, using color and even fire (a first for the TED stage) to analyze how sound makes us feel. He takes a brief digression to analyze the sound of a skatepark — and how audio can clue us in to developing creativity. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate

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Color, Music, and Emotion

GoogleTechTalks

June 30, 2011

Presented by Stephen E. Palmer
Professor of the Graduate School
Psychology & Cognitive Science
University of California, Berkeley

ABSTRACT

Arnheim (1986) once speculated that different aesthetic domains (e.g., color and music) might be related to each other through common emotional associations. We investigated this hypothesis by having participants pick from among an array of 37 colors the five colors that went best (and later the five that went worst) with each of a set of 18 brief samples of classical orchestral music that varied in composer (Bach/Mozart/Brahms), tempo (slow/medium/fast), and mode (major/minor). They also rated each musical selection and each color for its emotional associations (happy-sad, lively-dreary, strong-weak, angry-calm). Systematic mappings were found between the dimensions of color and music: faster music and major mode were associated with lighter, more saturated, yellower colors, whereas slower music and minor mode were associated with darker, desaturated, bluer colors. More precisely controlled musical stimuli (single-line melodies by Mozart on a synthesized piano) produced more refined relations between the music and the colors chosen to go with them. These color-music mappings are mediated by common emotional associations, because the correlation between emotional ratings of the musical selections and emotional ratings of the colors chosen to go with them were extremely high (.90 to .98) for all emotional dimensions studied (e.g., people picked happy colors to go with happy music and dreary colors to go with dreary music). The mediating role of emotion was established by obtaining analogous effects when people picked the colors that went best (and worst) with faces and body poses that expressed emotions (happy-sad and angry-calm). Similarly high correlations were obtained when the emotional ratings of the faces/gestures were compared with corresponding emotional ratings of the colors chosen to go with them. Further findings identify a stable aesthetic difference between people in terms of their level of “preference for harmony” across the domains of color combinations, musical compositions, shape preferences, and spatial composition within a rectangular frame.

For more Musical Color Numbers please visit:

Johnny        http://johnnyojanpera.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/music-theme-colours/

Willow         http://willowdot21.wordpress.com/2013/10/20/4747/

Bear             http://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/2013/10/20/music-themes-colors/

Deborah    http://myriad234.wordpress.com/2013/10/20/listening-in-color/

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“Bridging” @ewa

“bleed”

“Bleed” @ eva wojcik
 
Original 6″ x 18″  140 lb cold press watercolor paper
Yasutomo Sumi-E watercolors
 
 

Dan Christensen’s color play on display at Kemper

http://artipedia.org/artsnews/exhibitions/2009/04/30/dan-christensen-at-kemper-museum-of-contemporary-art/

Oh yeah, bring on the colors! Okay so Christensen’s art seems to be all about color and having fun with colors and shapes on a large scale.  I admit I was leery when first walking into the gallery room taken over by huge canvases just shouting LOOK at me! There are no social-political statements here—least not that I could ‘tell’–unless it’s the obvious pure joy of playing with paint and color in disregard to any demand for absolute realism–and hence a protest against ‘stuffy’ art.  It’s odd, but just wandering around the open spaces and viewing Christensen’s creations from varying distances and angles eventually produces a rather relaxed peaceful state of mind.  April Blue does seem to embody a certain pure joy, as does my favorite piece, Serpens –more so with each sighting.

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