Renaissance (n.) “great period of revival of classical-based art and learning in Europe that began in the fourteenth century,” 1840, from French renaissance des lettres, from Old French renaissance, literally “rebirth,” usually in a spiritual sense, from renastre “grow anew” (of plants), “be reborn” (Modern French renaître), from Vulgar Latin *renascere, from Latin renasci “be born again, rise again, reappear, be renewed,” from re- “again” (see re-) + nasci “be born” (Old Latin gnasci, from PIE root *gene- “give birth, beget”).
An earlier term for it was revival of learning (1785). In general usage, with a lower-case r-, “a revival” of anything that has long been in decay or disuse (especially of learning, literature, art), it is attested from 1872. Renaissance man is first recorded 1906.
TRI finds its inspiration in the gathering power of music as a social common ground. TRI celebrates the significance of the artists’ impact on historical panorama.
The power of music needs no other reference than your own. Think of all the times you’ve fallen for a melody… or soaked in sweat in beats… Remember all the beautiful sights around the World, thriving, Radiassance… The new renaissance, that is fueled by an ever increasing literature of energy
OUR REPUBLIC RULES
Rise in Music
LET’S SET THE CONTROL OF THE SUN
so this is how TRI will sustain it’s life (meaning how it will finance it’s life)
for every channel of interaction with a specialized group, (meaning with common shared interest in an art or hobby; example: my tennis club or festivals or a company event) it will make a different compilation combining music with a visual field to engage and have the audience share in on an experience of “curated contemporary music”.
reate the “inner circle” which is really the core power of music
it will present a compilation of “most cherished tracks” telling a story and creating an “illustrious” visual field to step into the bright…