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Cover of Ludovico Einaudi's Nuvole Bianche ("White Clouds").
Arranged, performed, recorded, mixed, and mastered by AquaticJazz.
Piano - Yamaha C2 Acoustic Grand
Flute - electronic
Strings - electronic
Photo: Toronto Harbourfront
Nuvole Bianche is a Piano Composition from the Una Matina album written by Ludovico Einaudi. It translates to White Clouds. For those lovers of new age, this is a must listen to song.
This song has deep meaning for me and at my most recent Brendon Burchard High Performance Academy in March 2017, he led a guided hypnosis that used this song, and it was AMAZING. Imagine releasing all of your insecurities, making you fully on purpose!
“Nuvole Nere” means Dark Clouds in Italian. And this piece was inspired by “Nuvole Bianche” or White Clouds by the Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi. Though dark clouds are often associated with doom and despair, for me, they are associated with the joy of the monsoon rains breaking the long summer heat wave. Dark monsoon clouds scatter raindrops hither and thither to give the tired and weary people some respite from the heat and the drought.
The piece is supposed to feel like the start of a typical monsoon season in the Indian subcontinent. It is the sweltering hot summer and all the adults are stuck in office sweating like pigs. A cool glass of lemonade is worth its weight in gold right now. But summer vacation has just started for kids and they’ve started playing to their heart’s content despite the oppressive heat. All the grown-ups are a little annoyed at the kids and their unrestrained joy. The heat, the tension and the anticipation build up. Everyone knows the rains are coming. It’s only a question of when.
It gets hotter and hotter. Until finally, the rains come crashing down. The grown-ups forget themselves and join the kids playing in the street…singing and dancing the rain. Everyone is a kid now. The atmosphere is cool, quiet and comfortable. It is such a welcome relief.
When things have settled down a bit, the grown-ups remember that they still have work to do and that they now have to battle the rains too to get to work every day for the next 4 months or so. They are a little sad now and grudgingly go back to work. The kids don’t have a care in the world and continue playing in the rain.