Welcome to my regular Friday song/tune day, ladies and gentlemen, where I pick a piece of music that reflects my mood or the times, to share with you.

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Today I have chosen the main theme from the movie, Cinema Paradiso. The theme was composed by Ennio and Andrea Morricone and the performance took place in Venice in 2007. Unfortunately, I was not able to ascertain the orchestra in this performance. Do you know the film? I will just leave that with you. I can’t help wondering why love between consenting adults should be anyone else’s business? I also wonder why anyone would want to impose themselves on the lives of people living peacefully?

Let’s listen.


Love, not war.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

11 thoughts on “Judge Not

  1. Beautiful music, Tracey. Good choice.

    (I also believe what occurs between consenting adults is nobody else’s business).

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  2. According to Google, the orchestra for this concert was Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta. This is beautiful, Tracy. People butting into things that do not concern them? Not pretty at all. I am enjoying this music so very much. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. I love Ennio Morricone’s music. I don’t know why people meddle in other people’s individual and private business. I don’t understand the so-called “moral high horse” at all (but maybe that is one right there). A friend’s friend baited me into a discussion over the end of Roe v. Wade. It’s amazing to me how people think any philosophical/political stance trumps the well being of an individual person. It bugs me re: Covid, re: gay marriage, re: abortion. As long as a person is not hurting anyone else, whose business is it. I remember the era when being “caught” as a homosexual could land a person in jail. I know of a time when masturbation was a sin and a crime. I dunno…

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