Musica per gli occhi de l'alma (Isaias garcia)

Musica per gli occhi de l'alma, or music for the eyes of the soul attempts to illicit a sense of understanding towards human nature, portrayed through musical allegory. For the intended experience, one should have this piece playing in the background: due to the fact that the harmonies and chord progressions go very well with the idea of exploring human nature.

When listening to music, it is an interaction that triggers not only one's sense of sound but the sense of sight as well.
In the baroque era, playing a flute was actually considered an erotic gesture. This man's face shows just that.
Portrays a man teaching a slightly younger woman how to play the flute, which was seen as an erotic action in the Baroque era. The lewd characthristics can be seen in this painting as well
Troubadours on a balcony playing their instruments for a small group of people. Audience members and animals have their gazed fixed towards the viewer.Bright colors as well as forced perspective.
In the baroque era, the instrument between the cello and the viola was this large instrument, the viola da gamba. Human nature strides on entertainment
Human nature continues to emphasize the importance of a divine figure. It seems that an instrument is generally the most holy way that a human can worship a god.
Small child with bird wings, possibly an angel playing a lute. High use of tenebrism. Human nature seems to lean towards divinity, here it unifies music and divinity
A man walking in the woods holding a flute runs into an angel. Human nature seems to be drawn to a higher being. May be a biblical reference to when God said to use instruments to worship him.
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