I simply can’t get enough of my angel, Ariel. And Jack has stolen away my heart from the first. When you put these two together, I think the Bel Ami guys knew I’d be in heaven. A few weeks ago I posted screen captures of a variant of this scene, (from Issue 5 of the Kinky Angels series), which was an oral one, but a hot one to boot. Ariel had taken ill and wasn’t feeling up to bottoming (I’m just being polite here, and not going into any unnecessary details). But in this scene, he proved he was more than capable of being as lovely a top as he ever was. These two give each other quite a lovely workout, with Ariel in the driver’s seat, as it were. Such a scene of passion, deserved a musical representation in kind.
For the music, I had to choose something to fit the pace of these two. I’ve been reaching into my film music archive of late, and the film music of Michael Nyman has always struck a deep emotional chord with me. I first heard his music and have since associated it with the films of Peter Greenaway, and for me those two created synergetic masterpieces. With his score for the Jane Campion film, The Piano, Nyman has written one his most emotional, dramatic, and even memorable scores to date. The two pieces I used for this scene were taken from The Piano soundtrack: All Imperfect Things and The Embrace. Nyman has always managed to stir passionate emotions within his compositions, each phrase accentuating every moment, every nuance of mise en scene. It was my hope his musical magic would do the same thing here.
All Imperfect Things and The Embrace, by Michael Nyman, taken from The Piano motion picture soundtrack; music clips remain the sole property of their copyright holders and no infringement is intended.