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From a little acorn....
« on: May 03, 2019, 11:09:07 am »
Hi List:,  The link was invalid the first try.   TRY AGAIN

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Re: From a little acorn....
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2019, 04:55:01 pm »
Thank you Steven!  I really enjoyed the work of that little girl and Sanzos bank who made the Ode to Joy possible today.  I first heard the bass play what I first thought was the baroque piece called Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major, which sets up the single instrument to listen to and is joined by the strings and orchestra.
No acorn: here is the Canon in D major a little less than four minutes.

Steven look at this one

« Last Edit: May 03, 2019, 04:57:31 pm by Ron Besser »
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Re: From a little acorn....
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2019, 10:22:48 pm »
That was so beautiful.  It gave me goose bumps.  I just loved it.  I'm going to watch it again!

Ron-I have never heard of Pachelbel before and that was beautiful too!  It has only been in the last two or three years that I have really started to truly enjoy this kind of music.   Before I didn't care for it at all, but lately it seems to reach deep into my soul.  Could this be a sign that my soul is growing? I don't know, but my tastes are changing.
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Re: From a little acorn....
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2019, 09:26:04 am »
When I saw the phrase TRY AGAIN, I remembered the famous song here in Brazil of the late Raul Seixas (deceased a long time ago).

I will transcribe the lyrics and translation into the English language, as well as link a website with lyrics and music.

Try again
Raul Seixas

Do not say the song
Is lost
Have faith in God
Have faith in life
Try again!

Drink it! (Drink it!)
For the living water
Still in the source
(Try again!)
You have two feet
To cross the bridge
Nothing is over!
Not! Not! Not!

Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
Try it!
Raise your thirsty hand
And start walking again
Do not think
That head hangs
If you stop
Not! Not! Not!
Not! Not! Not!

There is a voice that sings
A voice that dances
A spinning voice
Dancing in the air
Uh! Uh! Uh!

Want to! (Want to!)
Just be honest
And wish deep
You will be able to
To shake the world
Try again!

Try it! (Try it!)
And do not say
That victory is lost
If it is a battle
That one lives the life
Try again!


Quando vi a frase TENTE OUTRA VEZ, meu lembrei da música famosa aqui no Brasil do saudoso Raul Seixas (falecido há muito tempo atrás).

Vou transcrever a letra e a tradução para o idioma inglês, bem como vincular um site com a letra e música.

Tente Outra Vez
Raul Seixas

Não diga que a canção
Está perdida
Tenha fé em Deus
Tenha fé na vida
Tente outra vez!

Beba! (Beba!)
Pois a água viva
Ainda tá na fonte
(Tente outra vez!)
Você tem dois pés
Para cruzar a ponte
Nada acabou!
Não! Não! Não!

Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
Levante sua mão sedenta
E recomece a andar
Não pense
Que a cabeça aguenta
Se você parar
Não! Não! Não!
Não! Não! Não!

Há uma voz que canta
Uma voz que dança
Uma voz que gira
Bailando no ar
Uh! Uh! Uh!

Queira! (Queira!)
Basta ser sincero
E desejar profundo
Você será capaz
De sacudir o mundo
Tente outra vez!

Tente! (Tente!)
E não diga
Que a vitória está perdida
Se é de batalhas
Que se vive a vida
Tente outra vez!
« Last Edit: May 04, 2019, 09:35:32 am by JuliodaLuz »
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