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Cristofori's Dream
David Lanz Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by David Lanz:

A Whiter Shade Of Pale teray pyaar mein dil haar kay main nay kya paaya kya gawaya …
Bus Stop Bus stop, wet day She's there, I say Please share my umbre…
Dark Horse Did you forget about me? How you gon' forget about me? Sho…
I'll Follow The Sun One day, you'll look To see I've gone But tomorrow may rai…
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear It came upon the midnight clear That glorious song of old …
O Little Town Of Bethlehem Oh little town of Bethlehem, how still we see thee…

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

yourmanstan

0:01 lonely, bleak, sad, wandering, lost
0:24 hope, dreams, imagination
0:45 intensifying the dreams
1:06 a journey begins
1:36 bliss
1:43 a partner joins the journey in harmony, happiness
2:01 working through challenge of relationships
2:10 passion
2:26 love
2:55 self reflection
3:12 catastrophe
3:20 hope
3:39 reconciliation
3:50 determination
4:09 reminiscing
4:28 loss
4:42 sadness
5:12 hurt
5:29 alone
5:38 peace
5:44 expiration



All comments from YouTube:

Laurel Rhinehardt

I first listened to this song as a little girl when my mother played it out of her old music collection, and fell in love. In my mind, I saw myself in a wedding gown, dancing with the man of my dreams. I felt light and beautiful, almost like a dream. I was devastated when, not a week later, her CD collection was ruined and I could no longer listen to it. Years and years later, I heard it in a whisper of a dream as I awoke one morning and couldn't for the life of me remember the title or composer of the track, only that dreamlike beauty of it. I searched and searched and searched, and eventually gave up on the idea of finding out who wrote the song in my dreams.

Now, nearly a decade thereafter, I happen across Christophori's Dream and find myself swept along once again in that wedding fantasy, in the dream I once had as a child.

Thank you, YouTube, for returning to me what I thought time had stolen. Thank you.

emma mahaffey

Why did this make me emotional reading while listening to the song. Beautiful

Penni Presutti

Wow, I had a similar experience. I was obsessed with playing the piano when I was younger. I played this song and many other beautiful ones multiple times a day. Unfortunately we had a large house fire which was centered in my bedroom, and massive smoke and water damage to the remainder of the house and my parents decided to split at that time and so I lost everything in my bedroom and much of my other belongings somehow were taken or lost - this was all a couple months before I graduated high school. This song recently came to me over and over as many memories have recently because I lost my father earlier this year whom was my life mentor; the only man in my life and I'm feeling very lost now. It was so traumatic I really haven't been able to even acknowledge enough yet. I looked through the only few piano books I still have that were salvaged and none of the songs in them were it. Couldn't figure it out online either. So I just accepted the fact that it would come to me in time. And it just did now on my phone. I will play it again someday when I have a piano again.

Fools are fine honey

My mother would play this when my sister, and I were being put to bed

shanedog007

Same memory for me, except that I had a note memory "disability" at the time, but I could call it all from the depths. I first heard this song with my (God bless him) Father during work at his lab. . . things got uglier than you can imagine and here we are, BUT I remembered this song from a single chord. And I have reconnected with my Father. I heard this song when I was around 8 and hunted for it 12 years! I finally found this rendition. . . brings me back to a child in my Fathers lab. . .

Vangelis2702

What a beautiful wedding that would be...

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Mike Quinn

We call this Kelsey's song. Our daughter died as a baby and we played this at her memorial service in 1992. I couldn't hear it without crying for years. Now, I can listen and it brings good feelings. I picture myself dancing with her at all the different stages of her life. She would be twenty-eight now. We last danced at her wedding (in my Imagination) such a Timeless classic

George Helwig

May her Memory be Eternal.

David Michael

I am truly sorry for your loss. I'm thinking you will see her again one of these days, if I can say that. God Bless you and yours. By the way, as I'm sure you know, this is one of the most beautiful/haunting songs ever composed...bar none!

SenoritaLanz

I've been listening to my dad play this song for so many years now, in concert and at home, and it somehow makes me cry every time... so soulful and melancholy, with his beautiful fairy tale ode to Bartolomew Cristofori behind it. Thank you for posting this, AndraNature. And thank you so much to all of you who wrote such beautiful and thoughtful responses to his music, such kind and heartfelt words, I know they mean a lot to him!!! :) ~Tara Lanz

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