The song of the Moon - Fantasia in A flat minor
For Solo (instrumental or vocal part)
Uploaded on Aug 14, 2019
"It is dark night and in the sky a marvelous full moon dwells like a great white pearl that, its splendor, gently caresses the sea below embellishing it with innumerable silvery reflections; the sand is slightly golden almost as if to help increase that treasure. In the foreground one can see, from both sides, trees and branches of them that seem to tend towards the light almost like arms that want to steal that precious treasure ..... The remains of a lost civilization: ruins of ancient Greek columns, give that reigning atmosphere fabulously suggestive an extra accent while a marvelous siren with long hair, lying on a column that is perhaps made in two for it, completes the landscape by fusing the surreal with the taste of the ancient of a civilization lived in a long time ago ..... Meanwhile, on the shore, the waves of the sea seem to want to take away that wonderful being, they approach slowly and then shyly move away again. There is a very delicate smell of saltiness, everything is calm and tranquil, all very surreal and suggestive; every thought or feeling here hovers undisturbed in the air and, becoming part of the scenario, one senses its presence provoking this, in turn, other emotions nourishing these with each other. This is neither a story nor a fairy tale, but it is simply one of those moments in which one's own self wants to isolate itself from all that surrounds it and take refuge where it can, even if briefly, be free to slip into deep inner recollection. One those "journeys" has not remained anonymous but has been imprinted in this painting."
|Key signature||7 flats|
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