In my e-book, “Two Hidden Songs in The Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci” (DLMarket), I introduce two songs. In fact, Leonardo da Vinci hid in his Last Supper not only the musical score of Hymn, which is the traditional mysteries of religious paintings, but also the musical score of Alchemy song!
I examined almost all paintings of Leonardo and explored why he hid the score of Alchemy song in the painting. Please refer to my e-book.
In addition, I also introduce the musical scores hidden in the following religious paintings and how to read them.
In this e-book, I will introduce a new aspect of Leonardo and I will solve a part of the mysteries of religious paintings which had been not known for about 1500 years.
(List of songs hidden in religious paintings introduced in this e-book)
Leonardo da Vinci: The Last Supper, 1494-98, Christian Hymn: In verità, Alchemy song: Visita in(teriora) Terrae
Leonardo da Vinci; Madonna of the Carnation, 1478-80, Christian Hymn: Ave Maria
Leonardo da Vinci; Virgin of the Rocks (Louvre), 1483～94？＋1507～13, Christian Hymn: Ave Maria, Alchemy song: Visita in(teriora) Terrae
Leonardo da Vinci; The Virgin and Child with St. Anne, circa1510, Christian Hymn: Sanctus, Alchemy song: Visita in(teriora) Terrae
Rubens; The Last Supper, 1630–1631, Christian Hymn: Agnus Dei(Lamb of God)
Tintoretto; The Last Supper, 1592–94, Christian Hymn: In verità
Domenico Ghirlandaio; The Last Supper, 1480, Christian Hymn: In verità
Raphael; Madonna della seggiola, 1513–1514, Christian Hymn: Ave Maria
Botticelli; Annunciation, circa1489, Christian Hymn: "Come avverrà questo, poiché io non conosco uomo?". In English, "How will this be, since I do not know a man?" (Luke 1: 34).