Tuesday, November 3, 2009

motet

25 comments:

  1. Very different and to my untrained eyes maybe just a little disturbing. Probably cause I did not know for sure what I was looking at.

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  2. A wonderful expression. Nice job!!!

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  3. Beautiful--the purity of these voices moving together and against one another in piquent harmony--then combined with the visual beauty of the sculpture--becomes an elegant and utterly lovely expression of motet.

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  4. It is artistic and strangly different.

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  5. Magnificent! I love this music.

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  6. Great combination of video and sound. It is very mysterious.

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  7. Beautiful music choice to go with your video. I like the quote at the beginning too!

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  8. Very detailed observation as always. The sound of the background music was good and loud! I was alerted ha ha...

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  9. Loved the words...so apt! And the image with the music...hauntingly beautiful!

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  10. I love early music too. Sublime sound.

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  11. something new to me. agree with Kanak, it's hauntingly beautiful!

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  12. The music goes so well with the mysterious images in the video!

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  13. Great expression in this video, Prospero.
    So true the quote by Miles Davis.

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  14. Beautiful music by the renaissance Spanish composer, and the choir sounds lovely. It would have been good to see more of the holy statues. Very mystical.

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  15. I agree with Diane AZ - haunting and mysterious.

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  16. i am without words ---



    "Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the angels' hierarchies?
    and even if one of them pressed me suddenly against his heart:
    I would be consumed in that overwhelming existence.
    For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror, which we are still just able to endure,
    and we are so awed because it serenely disdains to annihilate us."

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  17. Hi Prospero, I have been listening to some beautiful music by the Italian Composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Paletrina and thought you might like to hear it. this is the link from youtube, I hope you enjoy it :-

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y28ZRYF9Q-4

    Doc :)

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  18. I like the highlights if the cheek bone and the wonderful bronse gliter of the color. Beautiful vision - you brought the static into motion.

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