Nicolo Paganini

Posted by ninjagrr
Dec 06 2017

But the legend grew and people were milling around to see and hear. Tickets are sold out. People from all strata had heard the story about the violinist who had surrendered his soul to the devil. Beggars, prostitutes, vagrants in the same room with ladies and gentlemen of ancient lineage, were immersed in the magic of the man possessed. They began to call a The diabloa violinist. Some people began to believe in demonic legend.

Being a little man physically graceful, Paganini surrendered to the most beautiful women at his feet. For more clarity and thought, follow up with actress and gain more knowledge.. Adored him, handed him notes and keys to rooms they visit. Despite its shortcomings in the field of sex appeal, the artist had magic, something that emanated from him and he was nourished with his fame. To this point came the frenzy by this genius, a lady of high social position, in love with him, locked himself in his home and banned from approaching Paganini. But Nicolo was also slightly mischievous. He learned the trick of the beautiful woman and managed to reach the balcony.

He improvised a sonata for a single rope, the woman fell to listen to the notes rendered by the spell and made him a place in his bed of genius. By the same author: Goop. From bed to bed, from woman to woman, Paganini was not contained, wasted energy and your body began to suffer. The pleasures of the bedroom you were so tasty as the flow of money in their hands. The days of poverty, famine and shortages were preserved in the memory of Nicolo. So take advantage of all the benefits offered by fortune, so loved those smooth and young bodies and they possessed as if he were a monster from hell.

Oeun night in 1713, I dreamed I had made a pact with the Devil and was on my orders. Everything went wonderfully well, all my desires were more than anticipated and satisfied by my new servant. It happened that at one point, I gave my violin and challenged him to play for me a romantic piece. My surprise was great when I heard him play, with great courage and intelligence, a sonata so unusual and romantic like never before heard. That was my wonder, ecstasy and delight that I was stunned and violent emotion aroused me. Immediately I took my violin wishing to remember at least part of what had just heard, but in vain. The sonata I wrote then is, by far the best I’ve ever written and still call it “The Devil’s Sonata”, but it was so inferior to what he had heard in the dream I wish I had my violin break into pieces and give up music forever

Nicolo Paganini’s genius was extinguished in Nice, France on May 27, 1840. Preceded by his fame, the violinist’s body was denied by the archbishop’s permission for burial. He opposed the holding of funeral rites for someone who had given the devil and ordered that the coffin where lay the remains of the great artist to remain for several years in the cold basement of a dilapidated building. When questioned the prelate this decision at all merciful, he said that it was Paganini who refused to go near the church and deny the story of diabolical pacts. It was not until 1876 when it was allowed to perform a Christian funeral and his remains were deposited in the cemetery of Parma.

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