CLASSICAL OPUS no.63

Francesco Landini – “Ecco la primavera”

フランチェスコ・ランディニ – 「ここは春」

 

TIME COMMITMENT: 2 minutes

The cheerfully organic, multi-vocal pithiness rings seasonally vibrant and rebellious.  With gemstone-like precision of his syncopated ballate, this 14th century’s musical giant never fails to enchant with sharp instrumental simplicity, here equipped with recorders, a lute, bells, a shawm and the climactic tabor thuds.  Alas, for most of us in the northern hemisphere, we are months away from such celebrations…

 

MUSIC

 

INFO

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francesco_Landini

 

A REFLECTION

Though in a foreign land I dwell afar,

I taste in dreams the endless joys of heaven.

Fain would I fly beyond the farthest star,

And see the wonders to the ransomed given!

 

St Thérèse de Lisieux: “My Hope”

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