Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Music sheets in video of discarnated composers (medium Rosemary Brown)

An unintentional search on the web made me find someone on youtube who has recently posted "video music sheets"  by famous discarnated composers under the mediumship of Rosemary Brown. As many people might know, we have already posted a text on her medium (1) who can be safely regarded as the most relevant manifestation of musical mediumship ever, a strangely and extremely rare kind of psychic ability.

These are the works I could find according to the spirit composer:

1) By Brahms:

Waltz in b-moll

2) By Rachmaninoff:

Lyric in h-moll

3) By Debussy:

Danse Exotique in Fis-dur

4) By Chopin:

Nocturne in As-dur
Impromptu in f-moll,
Impromptu in Es-dur,

5) By Liszt:

 Lament in e-moll,
Waltz in b-moll,
Jesus Walking on the Water,

7) By Schubert (and played by Leslie Howard):

Sonata in f-moll

Schubert's sonata in particular called my attention because it is a complete work (not simply a "piece" as many Mrs. Brown's communications are presented). According to Wikipedia:
Sonata form (also sonata-allegro form or first movement form) is a large-scale musical structure used widely since the middle of the 18th century (the early Classical period).
The simplest sonata pattern has three phases: an exposition, a development and a recapitulation. The same reference explains:
The standard definition focuses on the thematic and harmonic organization of tonal materials that are presented in an exposition, elaborated and contrasted in a development and then resolved harmonically and thematically in a recapitulation. In addition, the standard definition recognizes that an introduction and a coda may be present. Each of the sections is often further divided or characterized by the particular means by which it accomplishes its function in the form. 
Regarding such Schubert sonata, it would be interesting to make a detailed musicological study in order to identify potential composer's signatures. Such study would remarkably demonstrate the influence of the discarnate mind, its intention and operational methods besides serving remarkable as new evidences of immortality.


(1) E. Bomfim (2014) Rosemary Brown and Psychic art,


  1. Thanks! Two of these pieces, at least, have not been available in the Brown sheet music I've been able to find so far. I will have to ask the poster where he or she found them.

    I have no idea what you mean by a "complete work" as opposed to a "piece." A nocturne, impromptu, waltz, etc. is a complete work; it has no other parts and does not need to. A musical work does not need to have multiple movements in order to be considered "complete."

    Considerable musicological analysis has already been done on Mrs. Brown's work. I don't have any references for you at the moment but books and articles have definitely been written.

    1. Hi Elenedom Thank you for your message. I used the term ‘complete work’ meaning Schubert’s sonata to be a ‘complete’ piece – it has three movements. I understand your point, but a symphony for example with a single movement would deviate from the historical standard, I think. Please, I´m not an expert in musicology, but only learned to appreciate classical music including these magnificent psychic versions! I would like to find some of these references you say. A friend of mine, Erico Bonfim, a pianist, is currently writing a master thesis on the subject and on this Schubert's sonata.