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GUEST,Marie Colour and musical instruments (56* d) RE: Colour and musical instruments 09 Sep 02

An, When I look at your selection,I feel that there has been a lot of issues (and chances are,it's still the case!...) having to do with your emotional life!...which makes it a little awkward for me to deal with your reading "out in the open", here, in this forum...Perhaps you would be interested to give me your E-mail address where I would feel more comfortable to share my thoughts on the subject! What I would like to say musicalwise here, though, it's that it's interesting to note that you placed your favorite colour (light blue) "only" in third position!... If you remember your selection: orange/orange, pale yellow/pale green, pale blue/pale yellow and magenta/gold. Could it be then (and this is my rough attempt I was talking about in my last post :-) that you tend to use your music the now to help you cope with your situation... as a kind of "refuge" or "protection"!... Why do I say this ? Well, it's probably time that I share with you, folks, my own associations between colour and instrument (which share the "same energy or vibe"), so that you can all compare your selected instrument and favorite colour and see if it somehow matches my own findings which I started a few years ago! (Remember that my attributions are not "set in stone" so all your remarks, suggestions or objections are welcome :-)

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