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noun
a music, imperceptible to human ears, formerly supposed to be produced by the movements of the spheres or heavenly bodies.
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Origin of music of the spheres

First recorded in 1600–10
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music of the spheres

noun
the celestial music supposed by Pythagoras to be produced by the regular movements of the stars and planets
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