A rebirth reveals new energies and shining beauty with an everlasting core.
Can you hear the light? Can you see the sound? You eventually will.
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Meanwhile please enjoy the next interview excerpt with Gold about an unrevealed mystery:
Excerpt no.2 from an interview by AudioBlitzen, January 27 1991 with Marian Gold
Blitzen: In the song you are telling about your father. Is this your actual father or a generalising visualization?
Gold: I presume he is my real father and though he appears to be some kind of ghost or spirit inside the song I feel very close to him.
Blitzen: Is he the one who hands you the „costume of the sad acrobat“?
Gold: That is a good question. I’m not sure. But apart from me, he’s the only other person mentioned. If it wasn’t him, it would be the great mystery of the song.
Blitzen: …that you will not unravel for us.
Gold: I can’t, unfortunately. Or fortunately.
Blitzen: What about the „bread“ and the „wine“?
Gold: They are bitter. And my Dad tries to keep me away from it. If I dined on it I’d become evil. I wouldn’t be allowed to wear the costume. And I would never die.
Blitzen: You mean, by consuming this bread and wine, it would make you immortal?
Gold: I’m afraid so.