August 28th, 2015 I played in one of the most beautiful places on earth, a place full of history, meanings and life.
Protected by the branches and leaves of what I consider one of my great ancestor, the 4000yrs older Olivaster tree of Luras.
An Italian national monument.
It was the first concert of the event "Note Millenarie" and here a official live DVD of that Day.
That you can purchase it from here, or during concerts.
Here's a little preview:
About the Olivaster:
On the shores of Lake Liscia, in Santu Baltolu – Carana you can admire the old olive trees, one of which is particularly important in Italy, called S’Ozzastru. It was declared a natural monument in 1991 and it is said that eight men would not be able to encircle its trunk even with their arms extended. The tree is 8 metres high, with a circumference of 12 metres and its age is estimated to be between 3,000 and 4,000 years, making it one of the “elders” of Europe. The most renowned nature guidebooks mention the S’Ozzastru as one of the 20 secular trees of Italy.