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album art The Death of Hyacinthos
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Released: May 29, 2014 | 5:26 AM
Category: Alternative
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 15.6 MB

Plays: 731
Downloads: 1
Weekly Plays: 0
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Thursday

License: No derivative works allowed
The Death of Hyacinthos, sometimes referred to as The Death of Hyacinth, was completed by Jean Broc in 1801. It presently belongs in the collection of Poitiers and is often displayed at the Musée Sainte-Croix. This is Broc's most famous work and is considered to be drawn from the Metamorphoses by Ovid. It is a depiction of the dead Hyacinthos cradled by his lover, the Greek god Apollo. In front of them is the discus which caused Hyacinth's death, which was thrown by Apollo himself.The discus had been blown off course by the wind Zephyros, who was also in love with young Hyacinthos and was jealous of Apollo. From Hayacinthos' blood sprang the Hyacinth flower which bears his name.

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Gadzooks Artist

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The painting is beautiful and full of passion and the perfect image for this piece of music. Enjoyed this
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ScottHorwath Artist

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look forward to your creative newbeez - much movement and expressive rubato & Lustrous percussion here - yet - not of a chaotic nature. Paragraph fascinates -
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I love it when a project really has a meaning. This has a distinctive feel to it. good job on this...
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eX1 Artist

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Wonderful work on this .... You definitely have a great imagination with your music. It truly tells a story ....
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