Marianne Gubri’s original work Beatitudine is for solo lever or pedal harp. “Beatitudine, the place of Beatrice in Dante’s Divine Comedy, is a place of happiness that appears like a bolt from the blue. A moment later, it disappears,” says Gubri. “This song is dedicated to drone music, a form often taken in traditional cultures, which features a fundamental note around which all the others gravitate.” This piece is from Gubri’s album Vita Nuova; purchase the music for the full album here. Scroll down to read the poetry that inspired the album.
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A path Back in Dante’s burning mind, Inside of you, inside of us, in search of our possibilities, Towards the creation of a world that is fair, sensitive, kind, ecological, harmonious, Through poetic, graphic and musical languages bathed in Mediterranean, oriental, Celtic, medieval, minimal and electronic waters, For a New Life that can ferry us to generous lands and inspiring skies