The dance of corals

A small musical cue realized live in 1973 and sung in English by a suave voice, that of Nikki Barton and Lagorio’s enigmatic piano at the end of the song, serve as a background to a marvelous seabed where various fish are present, including reef octopus, which is on it’s way to becoming an endangered species as they are hunted by man for food purposes.

Rays, seahorses, sharks, a beautiful and cute beluga, a dance of dolphins that smile at us while jumping with the rhythm of the music, and finally the slow pace, in this case of some marine tortoises that let themselves be taped by the operator’s discrete camera.

 

The dance of corals

(Leo Lagorio – Mariano Schiavolini) live 1973
Project: MUSIC STOP POACHING