Tarakihi –The Passionate Chant

When first time I heard it from inside my “Silk Road” audio album by Vienna Boy’s Choir, I didn’t really get the meaning. But instead, the melody was so passionate. Tarakihi means a locust or a cicadas, so it may be said as the Locust Chant. As, Johannes C. Anderson wrote: The cicada’s song wasLanjutkan membaca “Tarakihi –The Passionate Chant”

Ego sum panis vivus

Ego sum panis vivus literally means ‘I am the living bread’. Is a motet by Antonio Caldara (1670-1736), and one of wonderful motet that I love to listen every time a nice moment comes to my daily life. Motet is a kind of polyphonic music from late renaissance period (1220-1750. One well-known motet composer wasLanjutkan membaca “Ego sum panis vivus”

Music of the Night

A friend of mine kindly lend me a musical disc “One Chance” by Paul Potts – said as one of British got talent winner. It was a soft song called “Music of The Night”. I play it on my Songbird media player on Windows Vista, a nice harmony inside my room with an old LogitechLanjutkan membaca “Music of the Night”

Silk Road: Songs Along The Road and Times

That afternoon, early in this month, I visited Disc Tara – a music shop which sells CD’s and DVD’s. I planned to look for an audio CD, a exclusive one perhaps for this trimester. I was entering the shop, and the salesgirl kindly asking me what kind of music or movie that I was lookingLanjutkan membaca “Silk Road: Songs Along The Road and Times”