E | E S C A L A | A – Z B L O G G I N G C H A L L E N G E*



PalladioAs a classically trained musician I have heap of respect for the ladies of eScala. Taking classical music to the main stage is something that we should all praise them for. I’m not too sure we needed as much leg on show and hair swishing to get the music out there but sex sells and they sell it well whilst still keeping it classy so kudos ladies, kudos. Here’s arguably thier most well known cover: Palladio

‘This piece was written in 1996 by former Soft Machine multi-instrumentalist, turned classical composer, Karl Jenkins. It is the first movement of the “Palladio” suite, which was inspired by the Italian architect Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), who designed numerous palaces and country houses making use of Roman classical forms, symmetry, and proportion. The Palladian architecture style was named after him.’



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