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Natural Law and Music

A Tract Book Essay


Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2007 by Anthony J. Fejfar

Some people doubt the existence of Natural Law. Some go as far as to say that

believing in Natural Law is delusional. Typically, we think of Natural Law as applying

in such areas as Ethics or Morality. But in fact, Natural Law applies across a wide

spectrum of human activity. One such area is Music.

Now, you may not know it, but Music has a Natural Law Mathematical structure to

it. The tones and octaves of Music can be represented Mathematically. In fact, during

the Medieval period in Europe, Royals and the Nobility were tutored in Music by

learning the Mathematics of Music first, before learning to play a musical instrument.

Some composers of Music also understand the Natural Law Mathematics of Music

and use this knowledge in writing new Music. Now, you may not have really understood

the point here. A carved flute, a set of drums with tones, a strung guitar of wood, all can

be made my human hands and played, and, the Music which comes out of each of these

instruments, magically, so to speak, can be understood and represented Mathematically.

Thus, it is clear, by reason of this proof, that Natural Law Music inheres naturally in the

very state of Reality itself, prior to any human understanding of it. This, of course,

applies by analogy in other areas of human endevour.