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The lost lover

This is a well-known story, Orpheus was rewritten as Opera by Monteverdi. Orpheus loved his wife Euridice so much. One day, Euridice passed away by sudden because she was bitten by a snake while she was picking flowers. Orpheus was too sad, he played sad music all day long, all plants were watered with his sadness. Orpheus decided to risk his life to visit his dead wife, the Soul ferryman was touched by his sad music so he brought Orpheus to meet Hades, King of the Hell. Hades said to him: “I heard your music, I know it means more than words, you are able to bring your wife back to the human world. But, before you arrive to the human world, you must not turn around to look at her.