"On the Nature of Daylight" by Max Richter, contributed by Annabella Espinoza (2021)
12021-04-24T16:59:23-04:00Emily Mitchellff4ea107307f7ae7326072957b361b722e43ffd1731plain2021-04-24T16:59:23-04:00Emily Mitchellff4ea107307f7ae7326072957b361b722e43ffd1I picked this piece because of the poignant melancholy that it evokes, facilitated by the lack of words and minor key. The deep sorrow of the cello and bass contrast with the higher, impassioned melody of the violin. While this music brings sad memories to the surface, the violin solo has a series of ascending arpeggios that feel uplifting. This hopefully sends a message to those that reflect on it, that light can be found in darkness.
12019-11-30T20:54:08-05:00Paul G. Johnstone92a8e63bf909f632c1183850db9a324115db2f5Acknowledging lossEmily Mitchell30image_header64102021-04-25T15:36:26-04:00Emily Mitchellff4ea107307f7ae7326072957b361b722e43ffd1
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12021-04-24T16:59:00-04:00Max Richter - On the Nature of Daylight1Taken from 'Max Richter: The Blue Notebooks' Available at: FatCat webstore: http://bit.ly/138BrAE iTunes: http://bit.ly/11htl67 Spotify: http://bit.ly/11htyq4 ...plain2021-04-24T16:59:00-04:002012-05-01T10:25:00ZYouTubeFatcat RecordsrVN1B-tUpgs