Daily Archives: June 6, 2012

Crepuscule (my digital oil paintings)


Crepuscule (my digital oil paintings)

Crepuscule (my digital oil paintings)

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Death on the Nile – Love theme by Nino Rota – Piano solo



 From the film Agatha Christie‘s “Death on the Nile” 1978 – Love theme – Piano solo: Enzo de Rosa
Original music by Nino Rota.
Recorded in Montreal, 20 sept. 2010 at concert “Egyptomania” organized by 
L’Institut d’Études Méditerranéennes de Montréal .

One of the best scores of all time and such a great photography and great egypt locations! this film is just one superlative!
sir peter ustinov, sir david niven, bette davis, mia farrow, george kennedy, jane birkin, jack warden

Nino Rota – Romeo And Juliet (1968) Theme



One of the most classic and memorable romantic themes of any film, Franco Zefferelli’s Romeo and Juliet score, composed by Nino Rota, reflects the tragic passion of the famous story it portrays.

When youths Romeo Montigue and Juliet Capulet first meet it is a bond that cannot be broken, love at first sight. However, with the blood feud between their families still as strong as ever, it is teh most famous romance of all time destined for tragic doom.
Starring: Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting
Directed by: Franco Zefferelli
Composer: Nino Rota 

This Day in History: ROBERT KENNEDY DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUNDS (1968)


Robert Kennedy Dies from Gunshot Wounds (1968)

Five years after US President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, his younger brother, Senator Robert Kennedy, was shot and killed by a man named Sirhan Sirhan. The shooting took place on the night that Robert won the California Democratic presidential nomination. His body was taken to Arlington National Cemetery by train, and thousands of people gathered by the tracks to pay tribute. He was buried near his brother. In what way was the ceremony the only one of its kind in Arlington’s history? More… Discuss

Today’s Quotation: Washington Irving (on human behavior)


In civilized life, where the happiness and indeed almost the existence of man, depends so much upon the opinion of his fellow men. He is constantly acting a studied part.

Washington Irving (1783-1859) Discuss