Cristofori's Dream (6:07)

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  • mairinn

    Really amazing.

    21 Nov 2014 Reply
  • jes2cool

    You run an inn and have only one guest?! Whoa, exclusivity with snoot to boot! Yeah, I know. You made a type-o. But to a wise cracker such as myself, it literally cried for a shout. Oh, BTW: It works better if your photographer friend uses their finger on the camera button instead of their tongue. The composition comes out a tad more aligned to vertical. The guy who took your picture wasn't named Eischer by any chance? Ooh, Alpacas. I didn't know they grew in Joisey. Nice looking B&B though. Actually the black alpaca bears a close resemblance to a girl I once dated in high school (across the eyes, and lips...).

    31 Mar 2014 Reply
  • richardregner

    This album plays in our inn every evening... our guest love it

    10 Feb 2014 Reply
  • doyma_

    Excepcional, original, infreqüent, prodigiós, únic, singular, insòlit, genial, fantàstic, meravellós, portentós, sorprenent, fabulós, extraordinari. :-)

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • thebroadcast

    I had this cassette tape in my car in the 80s when it came out. In the 90s it ended up in my fathers car for about a decade. Very lovely song that has a music box charm to the melody. I own more classical music CDs than I play on lastfm and this is borderline classical not new age to me. David has his own unique style that is romantic. Always a favorite of mine.

    19 Aug 2013 Reply
  • jes2cool

    Actually the last thing I'd like to hear before I die is: "Wow! Once more before my husband gets home...." with Dave's music also playing in the background. What'a way to go! The obituary would be a scream. " was an open casket ceremony, because of problems closing the lid...." Dave's music is definitely to die for, it's living that's turning a tad scary. Ok, I hear the ice cream truck coming. Later!

    9 Jul 2013 Reply
  • HellsNewAge

    Most of David's music is perfect to die to...for all the right and wrong reasons. Viva David!

    29 Jun 2013 Reply
  • gilroypro

    Unbelievable! David's CD, Cristofori's Dream, is the most beautiful music my ears have ever brings tears to my eyes, raises the hairs on my neck and makes me smile big, all at once. I would like this to be the last thing I ever hear in this world...

    6 Jun 2013 Reply
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  • ginalili

    super !

    9 Aug 2012 Reply
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    11 Jul 2012 Reply
  • HellsNewAge

    Cristofori's Death is one of the saddest, most tragically BEAUTIFUL songs Davey Lanz has ever composed. It conjures up new images of melancholy everytime I listen to it. the best and worst possible way.

    20 Apr 2012 Reply
  • jes2cool

    Yes...This is one song worth pulling the tux out of the back of the closet and taking the Mrs. for a spin around the floor. They should re-title this "Dancing in the Stars"

    17 Apr 2012 Reply
  • HellsNewAge

    Beautiful song...beautiful death.

    22 Mar 2012 Reply
  • HellsNewAge

    Thanks for extra information, RISHERISSHER...too bad he died from that bullet to his head, though.

    17 Mar 2012 Reply

    11 Mar 2012 Reply

    Cristofori's dream was his invention, the PIANO.

    11 Mar 2012 Reply
  • HellsNewAge

    One of David's best...thoughtful, dreamy...sad. But what was the dream about? And did Cristofori awaken refreshed or troubled? I like to think he dreamed of a better where he was not plagued by the stresses of every day where he could bask in the warm sunlight along the edge of a picturesque lake watching little sail boats gently pushed along by an autumn better than his wasteful, cruel real that would not drive him to putting a bullet in his brain. No, he would never awaken from this dream. May it never end...

    3 Mar 2012 Reply
  • DLune

    somewhere in time......

    16 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Thothgirl

    Just beautiful ! Antything from David Lanz.

    12 Oct 2011 Reply
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