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My Italian Spring

It’s been a while since I haven’t posted anything. No excuses or justificactions here – only one – I just had a busy summer :) So instead of writing about summer or the coming autumn, I will just let my memories flow back to the flowery May when me and my partner took the road to the Eternal City of Rome. 190 more words



My urge to travel to Rome stems from the movie Angels and Demons, where Professor Langdon raced across the city after the Pope is murdered deciphering clues from the Illuminati. 611 more words


Piotr Szewczyk ~ Bliss Point: Selected Chamber Music

Piotr Szewczyk is a Polish-born violinist and composer with a knack for dashing emotional passages, which constitute most of the aptly named Bliss Point: Selected Chamber Works… 548 more words

Modern Composition

Mark John McEncroe ~ Dark Clouds in Life

Dark Clouds in Life is a rare creature, an album about depression that isn’t depressing.  Through it all ~ and especially in the album’s core, “Natalie’s Suite” ~ the composer remains empathetic and above all, hopeful.   527 more words

Richard Allen

Najmanja zemlja na svetu

Naš četvrti dan u Rimu, ujedno i četvrti dan februara, bio je rezervisan za posetu najmanjoj državi na svetu, koja se prostire na svega 44 hektara površine. 2,691 more words