Cold wind, sad moonrise
Dark clouds in the sky
Storm ends the mouring time
Howling in the night

Vision of the land
After the horid end
We build again from the start
Holy lenient heart

A treasure of the land
Torments have brought the end
We build again from the start
Holy lenient heart

Visions come from the sea
Oceans bring to me
I reach the sand with a kiss
Treasures bristling from a bliss


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    General CommentAlthough Angra really isn't my cup of tea, I have to admit that this rendition of Chopins prelude no 20 isn't a complete disaster, as you might have expected. It succeeds pretty well in evoking a post-apocalyptic feeling. The only complaint I have is with the middle part which is not from chopins piece. Most fans of classical music would probably stick their noses in the air and proclaim that this was a horrible sacrilege. But personally, everytime I hear someone play this on the piano I keep wanting to add guitar and bass.
    bladeton April 15, 2005   Link

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