“A hesitant lover, A fragile beloved, An untold Love – Will she ever know … Will love ever grow … if beloved is gone?”
Sabine is a memorable woman in Romain Rolland’s Nobel prize winner novel: Jean-Christophe (1904 -1912). She is a pretty small-boned woman who charms by her grace, her youth and her gentleness. With light brown hair, pale blue eyes and well marked arched eyebrows, she looks like an expression of the Madonna in Filippo Lippi’s paintings.
Jean-Christophe, a German musician, never dreamed that a small crack in the closed shutters is enough for love to peep out. With magic of indefinite silences and trivial words, their love grows. But they hold in their love and their emotional moments are prevented either by an intruder or their own hesitation. Finally their relationship cuts off by unexpected Sabine’s death, while Jean-Christophe is away on a concert tour.
Rixa White tells Sabine love story and demonstrates her love moments through harmonies and rhythms and like Jean-Christophe, he has dedicated this song to her and strove to call her to life in this music piece.
This Contemporary Instrumental track has a Romance theme. The music base is piano and violin, mixed with choirs and flute for creating a romantic blend of passion and melancholy.
This track is completely instrumental and has no lyrics.
This love lament was formed in Rixa White’s mind while he was reading Romain Rolland’s Nobel Prize winner novel, Jean-Christophe. He composed Sabine single track with a profound sense of drama and romanticism, which differs from his usual contemplative, melodic synthesizer music. For celebrating Valentine’s Day and honoring Romain Rolland’s birthday, he completed the initial melody and released it as a single track on February 01, 2013.
The track cover image illustrates a woman who is running toward the sea, representing the death of a beloved.
“Sabine” track is used as the background music of “An Untold Love” poem video.