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A book describing the discovering of a hidden music within Leonardo’s painting The Last Supper and the deciphering of the Hebrew message and the mystic symbols included!
- A CD containing the found music performance
- A mystery revealed after five hundred years
Leonardo da Vinci was a “rare lyre musician“ and not only an intelligent and tireless inventor of riddles. Is it possible, therefore, to see a trace of the musical skill of this great artist within the painting The Last Supper?
The Renaissance art considers universe as a unique harmony, a divine music giving measure and beauty to things. Giovanni Maria Pala’s thesis shows that in Leonardo’s painting there is a real musical phrase, perfectly structured and practicable. A requiem underlining the dramatic moment of The Last Supper.
The hidden music represents a true report of this extraordinary discovery: the revealed melody, the Hebrew message and the connected mystic symbols are elements that Leonardo wanted to hide in his most famous and discussed work.
The reader is expected and invited to take the same steps, to share the search’s emotion with the author, which will change images into sounds and again sounds into images, expressing in this way the universal genius of Leonardo.
Enclosed to the book, a CD gives examples of the various steps of this study and contains the performance of the mysterious and dramatic music of The Last Supper.
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Italy is a fascinating country full of beauty, art and incredible culture and history. A trip to Alle Testiere Venice could well be an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Along with the music, there are certain food dishes served in places called an “Osteria” in Italy and especially Alle Testiere, that you really can’t leave Italy without eating.
Likewise Florence or Giovanni Maria Pala home of Lecce are destinations in Italy you may well wish to explore.