Hi there, I'm Giuliana.
Since I was a little girl I have been in contact with music, dancing and theater.
Nowadays, i'm a songwritter, a singer, and I play the piano.
I like to enter into the world of sound from a place of honesty and transparency. My music (is eclectic and a fusion of) takes elements from natur, from our urban cities and from the galaxies out there in our univers.
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"Precipicio" is a song about an inner conflict that arises in the seek for the meaning of life. The first verses describe how it feels to start this journey: being lost, the need to find answers in multiple places and not finding what is desired. When the song lead into the chorus, the music and poetry are transformed into a desired path of understanding in which there are simple and essential things such as: air, sound and fire. The conflict is finally resolved with the realization that the meaning of life is closer than one might expect.
“Think of those flowers you plant in the garden each year, they will teach you that people too must wilt, fall, root, rise, in order to bloom” - The Sun and her flowers, Rupi Kaur This Argentinian - Palestinian collaboration steps into the war zone, where the lines of suffering, hope, despair, resilience and vulnerability are crossed, and people are forced to learn how to navigate through the darkness in search for the light. We must always keep believing that there is a rainbow hiding behind the clouds of the storm.
With musicians from three cultures coming together, this song is both a sorrowful lament at the state of the earth, and an urgent call to peace and transcendence. ‘10,000 things’ refers to the Taoist idea that the world is full of shadowy distractions that separate us from our true spiritual nature. The song expresses the inherent conflict between the reality of the chaotic physical world and the profound desire for harmony and unity. This desire is expressed through the urgent injunction to ‘Release the Doves’ of peace.
Iternal conflicts are lived and felt deeply inside and are also projected outside. We think that those crosses are not created by anyone tangible, their appearance means that we have to live and go through them to be one step ahead and face the limits that we have. Structures hurt and annoy, but crossroads give you the opportunity to move and see a little more the beliefs we have about ourselves and our life. And that's what "Crossway" is talking about.
No submissions for Beyond Music Project Volume 2.
No submissions for Beyond Music Project Volume 1.