The DaVinci Coda? Does “The Last Supper” Have a Soundtrack?

There’s a fascinating story at CNN today about the apparent inclusion of musical notes in Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”.

Pala stressed that his discovery does not reveal any supposed dark secrets of the Catholic Church or of Leonardo, but instead shows the artist in a light far removed from the conspiratorial descriptions found in fiction.

“A new figure emerges — he wasn’t a heretic like some believe,” Pala said. “What emerges is a man who believes, a man who really believes in God.”

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