Circa Mea Pectora (“In My Heart”) is a dramatic love song in Latin and Middle High German, and the singing is put in the mouth of a man whose intentions are […]
The national SPIRIT of camaraderie in the song La Marseillaise is our spirit. Égalité! fraternité! the old republican revolutionaries and soldiers yelled. Liberté! Ou la mort (or give me death)!
Carl Orff: Veni, Veni, Venias #Orchestra #Wisdom #Gnostic #Love #Mysticism
Time by time . . . day by day, may you find peace, rest, and light in this life of sorrow. Be gentle and kind to yourself. Go in search […]
Trials of Love and Life Originally “Sex in Occult Philosophy,” I wanted to reflect upon and grapple with sex in relation to my life, relationships, and suffering. Rather, this will […]
“Hail, world, so rich in joys! I will be obedient to you because of the pleasures you afford. Look at me, young men! Let me please you!” [With Knowledge and […]
Dulcissime Dulcissime, Sweetest one! Ah! totam tibi subdo me! I give myself to you totally! tempus est iocundum This is a joyful time Tempus es iocundum, This is the joyful […]
Priidite Poklonimsya (Come, Let Us Worship), Opus 37, No. 5. All-Night Vigil, Op. 37. The work begins with a fourfold call to prayer, in six and then eight parts. Priidite […]
Syracuse The love of ancient and historic places. French Translation “J’aimerais tant voir Syracuse L’ile de Paques et Kairouan Et les grands oiseaux qui s’amusent A glisser l’aile sous […]
Lento e largo, Tranquillissimo. Talya Lieberman, soprano.
“The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it.” KARL MARX CANTATA ON THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION, OP. 74: […]