22 thoughts on “Vide Cor Meum

  1. Read the description and straight away thought “Its gonna be the Opera scene”.

    Gives me shivers. Fantastic.

  2. I just happened to reach your site by searching the word of “Vide Cor Meum” on Google. I wanted to send a full length sample song of it, but so far I could not find such thing… do you know if there are website/URL having it? I come to know this song when I say Hannibal and ran to the CD store to get the OST!!

  3. to reply to Sakura – I have just come here today -7 Feb 2007. Sakura – if you would likea full version of Vide Cor Meum, I suggest you can’t do much better than getting acopy of a cd by a Welsh girl called Katherine Jenkins. The titiel of th cd is Second Nature released by UCJ. She does a beautiful duet of V C M with Rhys Morgan – track number 9. I ws so moved by it, that I put a video of it on Youtube. If you want to see it – type in my username “snapshotofharlech” – it is one of the videos there. It is such a beautiful piece of music.

  4. Andrew,

    I sent a copy to Sakura the day she posted a comment. I edited the original Hannibal mp3 to subtract the orchestral explosion at the end, which is the only mar on the track from the Hannibal Soundtrack.

    If the RIAA wouldn’t string me up by my nutsack, I’d post it for everyone to enjoy. :(

  5. This piece caught me by surprise

    The version I have is 4:20 long. is that all?

    Such a beautiful composition

  6. Yes, the full piece is 4:20, though I have truncated mine to remove the orchestral explosion at the end, which really detracts from the beauty of the song itself.

  7. This is by far my favorite track of all scores. I once wrote a 64 lined poem while listening to this track; needless to say the track completely resonated in the poem.

  8. When I first heard “Vide Cor Meum” it made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck. It is the most stunning piece of music I have heard in almost a lifetime.

  9. I wrote to Patrick Cassidy, the composer of the Vide Cor Meum, and his agent kindly responded. Patrick has been working on an album with a similar feel to Vide Cor Meum, and it should be released by the end of 2007. I am so looking forward to this album, although I don’t think anything could surpass Vide Cor Meum.

  10. They say that opera can touch your soul and just make you feel completely indescribable. I never believed that, until I heard this music this evening. Absolutely beautiful.

  11. I love this music – its a little slice of heaven. It makes the whole world seem possible – the best classical music track ever.

    I also edited my version to get rid of the clash at the end – it ruined it .

    daz :)

  12. Well people I have just spent hours searching for the full version of Vide Cor Muem as I am totally overcome by the beauty of this track. I leave you in tears of joy yet in so much pain as I do not know where I can get the full version from.
    HELP ME PLEASE. Ellyq@blueyonder.co.uk

  13. I know this was all said quite a while ago, but does anyone know if what Pete Cliffe said was true, I’m not sure I can find the album? Anyone happen to know if it is still in the works at all?

  14. Hi Tom, I had another email from Patrick Cassidy – Patrick has finished the album, and is looking for a publisher. Release will be later than originally stated, but hopefully not for off now. I have asked Patrick’s agent to put me on the mailing list for when the album is released. When it is, I will post details here. I am so looking forward to hearing the album, my sul is in dire need of n uplift …..

  15. Ah brilliant, I’m glad to hear it! I was a little disappointed thinking that it might turn out not to be true. And yeah I know what you mean, it is an unbelievable track. Everyone I have played it to has loved it. I hope the rest of the album is as good! Though I presume Vide Cor Meum will not be on it…

  16. Absolutely unnerving piece of music. It just has something about it that no other piece of music has. I can’t help listening to it as often as i can. I do wish it was longer and hopefully someone might be able to tell me the easiest way to edit it. Slightly morbid and hopefully a long way off yet, but i’ve left instruction that this piece of music plays me out of this world and into the next. The music is eternal!

  17. I’m so envious of those of you who have edited versions of this piece (the Hannibal one, minus the annoying “gong” at the end. Can anyone tell me how to edit it? Thanks for any help you can lend me!

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