Da Vinci's viola organista
The silver lyre invented by Leonardo da Vinci heaves in the frozen Black Lake by Bjork, after the cheek of Catalogue Aria in Don Giovanni and a swooning interlude from Puccini.
The 'silver lyre' invented by Leonardo da Vinci heaves in the emotionally frozen Black Lake by Bjork, after the cheek of Don Giovanni's Catalogue Aria and a swooning Interlude from Puccini's Manon Lescaut. There are also the sighs of Monteverdi's Nymph, Haydn's insistent presto from his piano sonata in B minor, and the pastoral twang of Artiatanat by Sidi Toure. And to close, the rumpeta rumpeta of the Sextet for 2 horns and string quartet by Beethoven.