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Aylan, the refugee child in the red shirt by Eugenio Catina

“The first part of the work, Planctus, must be seen as a cry that at first
is harrowing and sobbed, and then is desperate and angry.
You should feel the anger felt by humanity to see these tragedies.
The second part of the work, Berceuse, must be viewed as a lulling lullaby.
At first, the intensity increases gradually, and then decreases until it
becomes silent.
Aylan is just one of the many refugee children who every day lose their
lives at sea: for them, we must feel compassion and respect.”
Eugenio Catina

12 pages, 108 bars,  5:40 min.

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