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Playing Love

Cello Friday:

Ennio Morricone
Playing Love - The legend of 1900

Yo-Yo Ma - Cello
Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra - Ennio Morricone, cond.

Maria (Sopra La Carpinese)

Opera/Vocal Wednesday:

Anonymous
María (Sopra La Carpinese) by Maxime Merlandi

Barbara Furtuna
L’Arpeggiata - Christina Pluhar, cond.

Text:
Maria, O di senteli grida,
ci portanu l’angunia, chi l’ora he venuta ava.
Maria, O tempu un ne ferma piu,
a morte e cusi sia u to figliolu Ghjesu.

Tandu penserai a tanti ghjorni e tanti mesi
per ghjunghjene oghje a tamanti malani
e per ch’ella sia piu dolce la toia offesa
Maria, ava n’un ti scurda

Da li primi passi soi a la prima parolla
eri tu la mamma d’ogni stonda e d’ogni pientu
e piu che la vita un si trova piu bella scola
Maria, l’ora he venuta ava

Maria, Maria.

Maria, O li sentu avvicina,
avanzanu per la via un he piu tempu a pensa
Maria, so ghjunti a piglia Ghjesu,
cusi duru ch’ella sia speranza un ne ferma piu

Da li primi passi soi a la prima parolla
eri tu la mamma d’ogni stonda e d’ogni pientu
e piu che la vita un si trova piu bella scola
Maria, l’ora he venuta ava

Quandu a raggione he vinta sola da la forza
tandu un arrega che dulore e scimitar
e l’omi so qui portanu dolu e viulenza
Maria, nimu un li parera

Maria, Maria.


Trans:
Mary, Listen, hear the cries
that herald the agony, for the hour is come.
Mary, time will not stand still for death,
and so it is for your son Jesus.

Remember all the days and months
that led to this calamitous day;
to soften your sorrow,
Mary, remember them all.

For his first steps and his first words,
you his mother were always there, heard every cry,
and there is no better school than life itself.
Mary, the time has come.

Mary, Mary.

Mary, I hear them approaching,
they are coming along the road, there is no more time for memories.
Mary, they have come to arrest Jesus;
hard though that is, there is now no hope.

For his first steps and his first words,
you his mother were always there, heard every cry,
and there is no better school than life itself.
Mary, the time has come.

When force has defeated reason, one can expect only pain and folly.
The men have come bringing pain and violence.
Mary, nothing will stop them.

Mary, Mary.

Op. 53 Piano Polonaise in Ab -Heroic-

Music Monday:

Frédéric François Chopin
Piano Polonaise in A-flat, Op. 53 “Heroic”

Idil Biret - Piano

beethoven:

pastishe:

nature-and-culture:

Beethoven, manuscript

This is Bach -.- http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V8K19_4WhUA

haha

The name is written in the top of the fucking page.

beethoven:

pastishe:

nature-and-culture:

Beethoven, manuscript

This is Bach -.- http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V8K19_4WhUA

haha

The name is written in the top of the fucking page.

3. Allegro

Cello Friday:

Antonio L. Vivaldi
3. Allegro - Concerto in A minor for cello, strings and BC.

Christophe Coin - Cello
Il Giardino Armonico - Giovanni Antonini, cond.

1. Allegro

Music Monday:

Giovanni Bottesini
1. Allegro - Concerto No. 1 in F# minor for Double bass

Boguslaw Furtok - Double bass
Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Frankfurt - Stephan Tetzlaff, cond.

isfuckingfun:

Cement eclipses; tiny cement skeletons haunt the streets in Mexico.

boz-pot:

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) - The Cellist (1894)

boz-pot:

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) - The Cellist (1894)

1. Zart und mit Ausdruck

Cello Friday:

Robert Alexander Schumann
1. Zart und mit Ausdruck - Fantasiestüke Op. 73

Anne Gastinel - CelloClarie Desert - Piano

Melancólico Buenos Aires

chansondeladieu:

Astor Piazzolla - Melancólico Buenos Aires