musicology #6


this 3 shot combo finds themusicologist in troubled waters and reflects where my mind is at. A dance between tranquility, solitude and love.

“In your light I learn how to love.
In your beauty, how to make poems.

You dance inside my chest,
where no one sees you,

but sometimes I do,
and that sight becomes this art”.

-Rumi-

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11 thoughts on “musicology #6

  1. the universal language delivered in the native ‘tongue’ .. brings tears to me ‘mince-pies’ and fills my heart with emotion.

    ride on Ludovico, ride on

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  2. June 22nd./November 2nd.

    “you dance inside my chest,
    where no one sees you,
    but sometimes I do,
    and that sight becomes this art”

    Says it all really.

    But if it doesn’t then perhaps these words from a Bob Dylan song says/adds a bit too.

    “They say every man needs protection,
    they say every man must fall.
    Yet I swear I see my reflection
    some place so high above this wall.
    I see my light come shining
    From the west unto the east
    Any day now, any day now,
    I shall be released.

    Standing next to me in this lonely crowd,
    is a man who swears he’s not to blame.
    All day long I hear him shout so loud,
    crying out that he was framed
    I see my light come shining
    From the west unto the east.
    Any day now, any day now,
    I shall be released.”

    Mannn, the universal language of this tune is thumping/dancing in my chest and filling me ‘minces’ right now.

    Who’s Ludovico??

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  3. It was Guy Fawkes day/night when I first asked the question. I’ll ask again… who is Ludovico? Or am I missing something?

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  4. Ludovico Einaudi is the Pianist on this tribute. The man is a virtuoso as far as themusicologist is concerned.

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  5. Beautiful music. Fitting.

    Powerful words. Fitting.

    While digging around for Ludovico Einaudi I somehow came across this… “O King” (a tribute to Martin Luther King) by Luciano Berio… it touched me.

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