A song by Nino Rota (Giovanni Rota Rinaldi), the track for Zeffirelli's "Romeo and Juliet" (by Shakespeare). This guy cranked out a bunch of deep music. Another great Italian composer; had music in his genes -- it ran in the family. Maybe I do, too, I'm part Italian: Ramolino, tracing back as far as Napoleons mom. But Nino was also a child prodigy. He later produced a bunch of operas, symphonic works and profound movie scores such as the one for Coppola's "Godfather II".
For the visual aspect of the clip, I have assembled a few works of mine, both fine art and digitized photography. All the work was photographed when I knew little of digital cameras; I just grabbed one and hit the ground running. So the detail and quality is somewhat lacking. However, it's adequate and it helps depict some aspects of this subject.