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Home / News archive / Rimini launches a message of hope through a new video: "If it's nightime, daytime will come"

17-12-2020

Rimini launches a message of hope through a new video: "If it's nightime, daytime will come"

Federico Mecozzi

In these hard times a message that encourages to see the light. From Rimini the most evocative message that invites you not to give up, through the universal language of music. From the highest point of the city, an extraordinary tribute by the violinist Federico Mecozzi with an unpublished version of the Anthem of Europe from Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, on the occasion of the 250th birth anniversary of the German musician and composer. On the day of the worldwide release of the song on all digital platforms, with Warner M: a strong message of hope.

On the day when the 250th birth anniversary of Ludwig Van Beethoven is celebrated all over the world, the municipality of Rimini launches a message of hope using the universal languages ​​of music and light, through a video with a very personal interpretation of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (the famous choir of the fourth movement), performed by the violinist and multi-instrumentalist Federico Mecozzi, for eleven years alongside Ludovico Einaudi. Standing on the roof of Rimini skyscraper, we find the musicians as if on a suspended stage overlooking the sky of a night and of an indefinite dawn, under the eye of a drone that moves further and further away, towards the lights of the city, under the void.

An inspired vision which wants to send a universal message of hope through the languages ​​of music and light. The protagonists of the video are the lights of the city, the night that becomes day, the music, the height that creates the sense of emptiness and fragility, but which at the same time symbolically embodies a large antenna from which to launch, towards the whole world, from the highest point of the city, a collective wish that the end of this terrible pandemic may come.

With Federico Mecozzi: Anselmo Pelliccioni (cello), Veronica Conti (cello), Cristian Bonato (production, synth, harmonium), Stefano Zambardino (piano, synth), Massimo Marches (guitar, synth), Tommy Graziani (percussion). The song played by Mecozzi and his musicians is now available on all digital platforms.

 

In these hard times a message that encourages to see the light. From Rimini the most evocative message that invites you not to give up, through the universal language of music. From the highest point of the city, an extraordinary tribute by the violinist Federico Mecozzi with an unpublished version of the Anthem of Europe from Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, on the occasion of the 250th birth anniversary of the German musician and composer. On the day of the worldwide release of the song on all digital platforms, with Warner M: a strong message of hope." data-share-imageurl="https://www.riminiturismo.it/sites/riminiturismo/files/field/image/img_6_4k.jpg">