Monday, June 2, 2014

Carpe Diem Special #95, Falls of Glory (BrunuhVille)

Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

It's my pleasure to introduce to you a young and promising Portugese composer BrunuhVille (July 1989 Coimbra Portugal). BrunuhVille is an independent composer from Portugal who creates a world of magic and fantasy between the fusion of Gothic, Orchestral, Celtic, Folk, Movie, Ethnic and World music.
Maybe you can remember our music-month December 2013 with music composed by Adrian van Ziegler (a young Swiss composer), well BrunuhVille's music is in that same range. In fact I discovered BrunuhVille's music through Adrian von Ziegler ... and ... well I fell in love with his music.

So the Specials of this month are compositions by BrunuhVille and this composition, Falls of Glory, is really awesome. To feel this music you have to play it very loud (in my opinion of course). Well I hope this music will be an inspiration for you to write haiku, senryu, tanka, kyoka or haibun.

What do you think of this music? I hope you did like it and that it inspired you to write haiku. Here is my attempt inspired on the music by BrunuhVille.

falls of glory
rainbows scatter on rocks -
the song of birds

© Chèvrefeuille

This episode is open for your submissions tonight at 7.00 PM (CET) and will remain open until June 5th at noon (CET). Our next episode will be a Ghost-Writer post ... I will publish that later on today. For now ... have fun!


  1. Just by the way, and incidentally...I think this is one of your very best haiku but simple, full but clear, in short of your very best.

  2. It's a beautiful compostion and so as your haiku too, Kristjaan! Very nice.

  3. Lines 1 and 2 resonance well, and the simplicity of line 3 creates a masterpiece

    Much love...