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Antonio Vivaldi’s Aspergillum
Water dispenser

Origin

Antonio Vivaldi

Type

Liturgical Brush

Effects

Exaggerated Sensitivity to Seasonal Change

Downsides

Negative Health Problems

Activation

Contact and Musical Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

684828-4156

Shelf

378129-2481-648

Date of Collection

June 17, 1826

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OriginEdit

Originally known as Il Prete Rosso (“The Red Priest”), famed composer Antonio Vivaldi started out as cleric. Being a musical prodigy came second to performing sacraments until a chronic sickness forced him out of leading prayers, freeing up time for music. Vivaldi began publishing violin concertos while maintaining an orphanage, allowing him to improve his conducting skills with the children.

Opera quickly became the domain for Vivaldi’s pieces, including his seminal "The Four Seasons". The use of a central theme, notes to represent real-life events, was unheard of at the time. For each season, Vivaldi evoked phenomenon like bubbling brooks and mounting snowfall more by including sonnets for audiences to follow alongside.

EffectsEdit

Any person brushed with the absorbed water will become hypersensitive to minute seasonal changes in the environment. Their bodily systems will behave as if it suddenly changed season. Altered hormone production, profuse weight change and adjusted circadian rhythms will complete in several days, if weather patterns remain relatively consistent. Walking through the spring garden with a parka on will become a common sight.

Unfortunately, the user’s condition will rapidly fluctuate when climate factors fluctuate. Outbreaks of flu, heat stroke and dehydration can become dangerous during transitional months of the year. However, playing music will stabilize the subject for a few days, maintaining internal homeostasis with the last chosen season.

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