If sounds were words

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makara
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If sounds were words

Post by makara » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:01 am

If sounds were words
then I would place here
Gregorio Allegri's "Misere Mei".

There is much music like this for me
so moving,
so full and resonant,
so passionate,
so replete with meaning ...
Everything but words.

And those which have words
are fortunately in Italian or German
or Latin ... so I can ignore the literal
meaning and allow the feeling
to say it all.

And mostly is says how magnifient
each expression of the One Self
actually is.
'You' are just so magnificent.
ANNA
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Re: If sounds were words

Post by ANNA » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:08 pm

makara wrote:If sounds were words
then I would place here
Gregorio Allegri's "Misere Mei".

There is much music like this for me
so moving,
so full and resonant,
so passionate,
so replete with meaning ...
Everything but words.

And those which have words
are fortunately in Italian or German
or Latin ... so I can ignore the literal
meaning and allow the feeling
to say it all.

And mostly is says how magnifient
each expression of the One Self
actually is.
'You' are just so magnificent.

hey, makara you do sound as an Europian poet

and musician...... :lol:

i listened 'Misere Mei', sounds harmonic as all church singing

from the Renaissance era....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_HANu1p ... re=related

.............


:)
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