What’s your favorite romantic song?

What’s my favorite romantic song? Well, there are two actually, but if I may only choose one of them, it would the “eyes on me” over “melodies of life.” Both are old school, but well, I came from an old era after all.

The songs come from the same game franchise, and I love them. I played FF VIII many times in the past, as well as the FF IX (while the latter I’ve never been able to finish it). So the song always gives me a vivid yet vibrant recollection of something carved deep in my memory.

I also like “To Zanarkand.” But, since I never gone too far within the game. Stuck somewhere within a dungeon before I quit 😅.

Final Fantasy VIII perhaps the only series that I have completed. And I fall in love with the story and the musics, including the legendary “Eyes on Me.” It is a warm, full of affection and tenderness song. When I miss something behind, I always find this song gives me a calmness and a bittersweet taste in my mind.

The Joy of Melodies

When listening to “Aqua” instrumental from “Aria’s Series“, I think it would be nice if I can play some musical instrumental nicely – beside percussion interlude obviously. Sometimes they were fast and energizing, in other moments are soft and tendering your body and soul completely. People have been said that musics are some of the greatest mysteries in this life, didn’t you agree?

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Ego sum panis vivus

Ego sum panis vivus literally means ‘I am the living bread’. Is a motet by Antonio Caldara (1670-1736), and one of wonderful motet that I love to listen every time a nice moment comes to my daily life.

Motet is a kind of polyphonic music from late renaissance period (1220-1750. One well-known motet composer was Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina. And Palestrina’s late renaissance motet ‘Ego sum panis vivus’ is very well known too, but I thought it a little bit different from Caldara’s – since I only seen Palestrina’s sheet of ‘Ego sum panis vivus’.

Wrote in Latin using Baroque’s piece style, Motet: Ego sum panis vivus became a charming & inspiring motet for a lot of musician as well as common people.

Antonio Caldara, a Venetian, became Vice-Kapellmeister in the Viennese Chapel Imperial in 1716; his enormous output comprises over 3,400 works, among them 100 operas. “Ego sum panis vivus” (“I am the living bread”) is a motet for Corpus Christi, the text is from the gospel of St. John 6:51-52.


51 I am the living bread which came down out of heaven. If anyone eats (Greek: phage) of this bread, he will live forever. Yes, the bread which I will give for the life of the world is my flesh (Greek: sarx)."

52 The Jews therefore contended with one another, saying, "How can this man give us his flesh to eat?"

Well, this motet was my precious collection and available as the 4th track inside Silk Road: Song Along The Road & Time by The Vienna Boy’s Choir. Then, if you have ever heard this motet, maybe you’ll love it too.

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