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This Most Beautiful Music Ever Celebrates the Earth and Sun

Source: keef1212

To celebrate the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and the winter solstice in Southern Hemisphere, watch the great Sarah Brightman and Alessandro Safina sing “Canto Della Terra” (Song About the Earth) accompanied by a fabulous orchestra and choir. This masterpiece was recorded in 2008 at the St. Stephens Cathedral in Vienna, Austria. Below is the meaning of the song in English:

Canto della Terra (Song About the Earth)

Yes I know
My love, that you and I
Are together briefly
For just a few moments
In silence
As we look out of our windows
And listen
To the sky
And to a world
That’s awakening
And the night is already far away
Already, far away

Look at this world
Spinning with us
Even in the dark
Look at this world
Spinning for us
Giving us hope and some
Sun, sun sun

My love, you are you my love
I hear your voice,
And I listen to the sea.
It sounds just like your breathing
And all the love you want to give me
This love
That is there, hidden
Hidden among the waves
All the waves in the world
Just like a boat that….

Look at this world
Spinning with us
Even in the dark
Look at this world
Spinning for us
Giving us hope,
And some sun, sun, sun,
Some sun, sun, sun.

Look at this world
Spinning with us
Giving us some sun,
Mighty sun
Mighty sun
Mighty sun