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Marianne
Gubri

"Marianne Gubri is a radiant artist. Her music is a journey from ancient vibrations to future tones. Straight from the heart, it will enlighten you heart."

                                                             -Evélina Simon, Harp School


Marianne Gubri combines an original and unique musical journey with a quest for personal development. She studied the Celtic harp at an early age in Brittany (France) before devoting herself to the ancient harp in Italy, and now travels the world with her musical projects. She has published more than 10 record albums, a book on historical music therapy Una melodia per l'aere luminoso (OM edizioni) and several courses on harp teaching. Director of the harp school Arpeggi, she speaks at numerous conferences, TEDx, international courses, Conservatories and Universities. A graduate in the United States in therapeutic music with IHTP and in vibroacoustics VAHT, she is responsible for the International Harp Therapy Program project for France and Italy and organizes numerous workshops and events on harmonization, resonance and well-being through sound and individual sessions of Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy.  

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I - IL MAGO - THE MAGICIAN

The first card of the Major Arcana

Free score here: www.mariannegubri.com/product-page/il-mago-digital-score

 

I Saw the Man. His figure reached from earth to heaven and was clad in a purple mantle. He stood deep in foliage and flowers and his head, on which was the head-band of an initiate, seemed to disappear mysteriously in infinity. Before him on a cube-shaped altar were four symbols of magic—the sceptre, the cup, the sword and the pentacle. His right hand pointed to heaven, his left to earth. Under his mantle he wore a white tunic girded with a serpent swallowing its tail. His face was luminous and serene, and, when his eyes met mine, I felt that he saw most intimate recesses of my soul. I saw myself reflected in him as in a mirror and in his eyes I seemed to look upon myself. And I heard a voice saying: — "Look, this is the Great Magician!" With his hands he unites heaven and earth, and the four elements that form the world are controlled by him. P. D. Ouspensky, 

The Symbolism of the Tarot

 

ARCANI Album out on June 21, 2024

A mysterious name to describe the ancient tarot cards, consisting of a series of 22 major arcana and 56 minor arcana, better known today as playing cards. The first series holds an aura of secrecy as its figures take up a broad symbolic tradition born between the French Middle Ages and the Italian Renaissance, most likely connected to even earlier memories. Indeed, in its universal archetypes lies all human knowledge, communicating with the individual's unconscious and awakening his most intimate and ancestral part. 

Arcani

In this series of 22 musical arcana, I wanted to transpose this initiatory and philosophical path to wisdom as in a form of meditation to be played with one's instrument, being inspired by a card.

Short, modern, and simple pieces, based on medieval mood theory, where ancient rhythms and modes created different emotions, to immerse oneself in sound introspection.

Choose a card and let’s be inspired to create your own improvisations and compositions!

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