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Piers Faccini Performs

  • Aired: 11/02/2011
  • 02:46
  • Rating: NR
Accompanied only by some jostling bells, Piers Faccini stands alone in a garden and delivers a kind of ancient chant, part spiritual, part stripped down work song. It promises a new morning, a new life, but in a world where "all our words will soon be broken." Like a monk chanting in an old European monastery, Faccini invokes Biblical images of "seven days, seven nights, seven years, seven lives."
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"A New Morning" promises a new life in a world where "all our words will soon be broken."
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