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In loving memory of my youngest son 1981-2010

-1at94Qenck

Cuius animam gementem

Through her weeping soul,

contristatam et dolentem

compassionate and grieving,

Per transivit gladius.

a sword passed.

O quam tristis et afflicta

O how sad and afflicted

fuit illa benedicta

was that blessed

Mater Unigeniti!

Mother of the Only-begotten!

Quae maerebat et dolebat

Who mourned and grieved,

Et tremebat, dum videbat

and trembled, as she witnessed

nati poenas incliti!

the torment of her glorious Son.

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In loving memory of my youngest son 1981-2010

-1at94Qenck

Cuius animam gementem

Through her weeping soul,

contristatam et dolentem

compassionate and grieving,

Per transivit gladius.

a sword passed.

O quam tristis et afflicta

O how sad and afflicted

fuit illa benedicta

was that blessed

Mater Unigeniti!

Mother of the Only-begotten!

Quae maerebat et dolebat

Who mourned and grieved,

Et tremebat, dum videbat

and trembled, as she witnessed

nati poenas incliti!

the torment of her glorious Son.

For your son :

Fauré, In Paradisium.

Rutter, Requiem

(please listen entirely - it's beautifull)

Music speak to the heart... I hope it will help you and make you find the peace... A little....

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Marianne thank you!

For your son :

Fauré, In Paradisium.

Rutter, Requiem

(please listen entirely - it's beautifull)

Music speak to the heart... I hope it will help you and make you find the peace... A little....

It helps...a little.....

Music speaks to the heart indeed.

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May you find peace in the music and the memories, Latraviata.

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# days ago the July 14th concert, an American in Paris!!!

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Too many composers and pieces that I LOVE than I can mention here.  A few of my favorite composers: Prokofiev, Poulenc, Shostokovich, Saint-Saens, Beethoven.  Some of these I like to perform and some I like to listen to.  Not technically "classical" in the period sense, but classical in terms of not-other-kinds-of-music.

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Can't believe it took me this long to find this...

Any fans of Carl Nielsen here?

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This is one of my favorite pieces . It sounds sort of spooky , like something befitting a Goth , yet it's also Baroque , so strict parents won't be so inclined to forbid it .  Tocatta and Fugue

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