Poema breve

I’ve heard things you people wouldn’t believe,

Penderecki freakin’ me out with Utrenja part II, The Resurrection of Christ: The Gospel,

I’ve been invited to suicide by Philip Glass’ Soundtrack of The Hours,

Thrilled by Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring,

I’ve been touched by Samuel Barber’s Adagio, typical, but true,

I’ve felt sublime sorrow with Górecki’ Symphony number 3

glorious soprano, Dawn Upshaw.

Flown in the Sky in the middle of the Apocalyse with Wagner’s The Ride of the Valkyries,

Felt inner peace with the adorable weirdo Ligeti,

Moved with all my heart with Steve Reich’s Different trains, played by the Kronos quartet,

Been a gentleman with Barry Lyndon’s Händel Sarabande’s The Folia,

Felt like an alien in space with Kachaturiam’s Gayaneh’s ballet suite,

Cried like a baby with Itzhack Perlman’s playing Schindler’s list,

Found medieval freedom of speech with Hildegard Von Bingen’s Voices of Angels,

And felt sad, scared, happy, touched, moved, and so many other ways of feeling music,

All those moments, will remain in time, like the memory and works of all these artists,

Time to listen.

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