Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ezio Bosso & Jesus Christ the Lord

Above video - Ezio Bosso | Following a bird [ The 12th room ]  

"Ezio Bosso (Turin, Italy 13 September 1971) is one of the most influential living composers and classical musicians and conductors. An infant prodige, he learned reading music and playing before the age of four. By the age of 14 and for three years he was the official bass player of Italian band Statuto. Soon after that experience, Bosso left a possible pop career for classical music, soon becoming one of the most appreciated orchestra conductors (such as The London Symphony Orchestra) and composers. Winner of various prestigious awards, like the Australian Green Room Award, the Syracuse NY Award, two David of Donatello, his compositions appear in choreographies, theatres and movies."
 *   *   *

This is the problem of music: too beautiful, poignant, evocative, expressive of the human condition. But only One died and rose again to set us free from the human condition:

Above image:


  1. Music evokes many memories, hopes, dreams, but is overall a search for something unattainable, a hint of knowledge about something beyond, but only that. It doesn't give any true joy or fulfillment, only a motion.

    1. I was once an addict of music, very harmful to add. But i find now my need for music is reduced and i enjoy silence more, with the thoughts about God and his doings.