The Da Vinci Coda

An Italian musician and computer technician says he has uncovered musical notes encoded in Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” painting thus raising the possibility that the artist (who was also a musician) might have left behind a soundtrack to accompany the 15th-century work of art.

However, if you take the song and reverse it, you will hear The Rolling Stones “Sympathy for the Devil” and demons chanting in the background.

Last Supper Music 1
iTunes will release the song on Monday for 99¢.

(Read the full story and listen to a snippet of the song.)

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2 Responses to “The Da Vinci Coda”

  1. eddiebear Says:

    Where’s Tom Hanks and that possibly hot French chick who was his sidekick when you need them?

  2. eddiebear Says:

    I thought it was “Stairway to Heaven” when you played it backwards.

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