CLASSICAL OPUS no.60

Felix Mendelssohn “Frühlingslied op.62, no.6”

フェリックス・メンデルスゾーン「春の歌op.62、no.6」

 

TIME COMMITMENT: 3 minutes

Mendelssohn’s stubborn yet alluring spoonful of retro-idealism inevitably tickles nostalgic fancies. The recurring, jocular motif washes up repeatedly with subtle lyricism of early romanticism but not without a feathery shadow of German baroque imprint.

 

MUSIC

 

INFO

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songs_Without_Words#Book_5.2C_Op._62_.281842.E2.80.931844.29

 

A REFLECTION

Graceful, spiritual

With the gentleness of arabesques

Our life is similar

To the existence of fairies

That spin in soft cadence

Around nothingness

To which we sacrifice

The here and now

 

Hermann Hesse: “In Secret We Thirst”

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