A journey through his life, narrated in the tradition of cantari...
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A journey through his life, narrated...
A journey through his life, narrated in the tradition of cantari fifteenth, but also a journey through the changing musical styles at the turn of the century.
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Medusa, according to the metamorphosis of Ovidio, was a vestal of Athena. Poseidon fell in love with her, decides to kidnap and violent, Athena furious changes in gorgon Medusa, a head full of snakes that according to the legend turns to stone men who meet her gaze. A victim turned into monster despite himself. Medusa was created to look at things from another point of view and life of Lucrezia is a perfect example to start this journey. The music of his time, but especially the music of his court, his emotions, not the music public of the chapels of the courts where he lived but his most intimate universe: love Bembo, the pain of separation from his son, the musicians who were with her, Niccolò da Padova, Bartolomeo Tromboncino, Papino, Dalida dei Putti.
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