Various sinfonías románticas

Following the Beatles' break-up in April 1970, John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono undertook primal therapy with the guidance of Arthur Janov for four weeks at his London offices, before the three flew to Los Angeles to continue the therapy for four months. [3] Janov's therapy technique emphasised emotionally reliving repressed childhood traumas rather than analytical discussion . [3] In July 1970, Lennon started to record demos of songs he wrote that would show up on John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band , and on one particular day, the 26th, Lennon recorded numerous demos of his song " God ", which includes the line "I don't believe in Beatles". [3] Lennon's therapy was never completed due to the expiry of his US visa. [4] With the experience he received from the therapy, he was able to channel his emotions into an album's worth of self-revelatory material. [4]

In late Greek and medieval theory, the word was used for consonance , as opposed to διαφωνία ( diaphōnia ), which was the word for dissonance. [2] In the Middle Ages and later, the Latin form symphonia was used to describe various instruments, especially those capable of producing more than one sound simultaneously. [2] Isidore of Seville was the first to use the word symphonia as the name of a two-headed drum, and from c. 1155 to 1377 the French form symphonie was the name of the organistrum or hurdy-gurdy . In late medieval England, symphony was used in both of these senses, whereas by the 16th century it was equated with the dulcimer . In German, Symphonie was a generic term for spinets and virginals from the late 16th century to the 18th century. [3]

John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is the debut solo album by English musician John Lennon. It was released in 1970, after Lennon had issued three experimental albums with ...

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