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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Music For Holy Saturday

Based on the Lamentations of Jeremiah and composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (3 February 1525 or 2 February 1526 – 2 February 1594):


  1. Beautiful Palestrina!

    The purest, cleanest music written to date. It evokes serenity so well that once you submit to it, and bathe in it without resistance it cannot help but cleanse your heart of bitterness, anger, malice and resentment.

    Thank you for this especially fine musical offering, AOW.

    ~ FreeThinke, the Outcast

  2. Beautiful...calming...serene...
    thanks, AOW. Lovely.

  3. As I expected, this piece of music garnered very few comments.

    Oh, well. I posted it mainly for myself, anyway.

  4. The author of this article is well written very vivid.

  5. I have only began to Listen to this, yet I'm low on Time and it is Long, so I'll have to come back and Finish listening to it Later when I have the Time to really enjoy it. What I heard of it was really nice and serene.

    I did Listen to the One in the Next Post up and it was Nice as well.

    Anyway, what I really came by to tell you is that I am Blogging again even after I was away from it for awhile, so please do feel free to Drop By.

  6. Lista,
    Thank you for stopping by.

    I shall make a point of it to stop by your blog.


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