Fernando Fidanza has chosen his third poem to become a Folk song, this time C. Christine Fair's "A Brother's Revenge."
Unlike his work on Bartholomew Barker's "Silence," Fernando takes his time getting into the lrics, strumming a slow but powerful guitar that twangs with deep emotion. The pulsation of the guitar creates a thumping beat in your chest to go along with the "heart, heart pounding" lines of the poem.
Fair was without words when she heard her poem was made into a folk song. "This is crazy. I've never heard of this before." She put the experience in the I did not see this coming category and went on to thank TDS and Fernando for the opportunity.
More poem transforations to Folk songs by Fernando are coming. His first two compositions were S. M. Cook's "Hell's Love of Heaven's Hatred" and Bartholomew Barker's "Silence," respectively.
Listen to C. Christine Fair's poem as a Folk song, composed by Fernando Fidanza on YouTube:
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