Regina di Silenzio

Year of composition
2006
Lyricist
William Belansky
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Voice + keyboard
Instrumental parts
Not available

This song is sung by Misutuo Nina, in my upcoming musical, The Oath of the Saints. Here is a physical description of Misutuo Nina.

A dark tall shadow-like woman in a sable robe of a dress. She stood noiselessly, her violet eyes settled upon the Saints in a frozen state of apathy. Her mouth remained firm in a straight line - a perfect balance, neither smiling nor frowning. The woman had rippling black-violet hair fluttering gently in the breeze, sweeping to the floor. A chilly aura almost seemingly sinister swathed this dismal entity.

She is the Saint of Death and Destruction as well as the Saint of the Underworld, Tartarus. Here is the lyrics, and the translation that follows it.

In Italian:

Aumento! Anima da Terra! Rottura! Anima di nerezza! Sia Maledetto! Ustione! Anima…Chi � voi?

Ah, gliocchi di questo schiavo Posso vedere la speranza di vita siete bloccati nel mare dello morte Siete distruti…sono benedetto

Questi artigli arrugginiscono l'anima! San nera non � trasparente! Questi capelli si dissolvono nella nerezza! Sono Regina Nera

Distrugg! Anima! Rottura! Anima di nerezza! L'intenzione da uccidere � nell'aria! Sono Regina di Slienzio Misutuo Nina Regina Nera!

In English

Stand up! Soul of the Earth! Break! Soul of Darkness Be damned! Burn! Soul…who are you?

In the eyes of the slave, there shines the hope of life Drowning in a sea of death You are destroyed…I am blessed

These claws that rust the soul (The) Black Saint is no longer transparent This hair dissolves in the darkness I am the Black Queen

Destroy! Soul! Rupture! Soul of Darkness! The intent to kill hangs in the air! I am the Queen of Silence Misutuo Nina Black Queen

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