Bird king holds judgment
I've always loved blackbird's songs filling the garden with its sound so noble and expressive, in which no stanza is alike. An orchestral adaptation, slightly modified, bridging the stanza gaps would sound better than a lot of others.
Now the blackbird complains that peeping and low chirping of sparrows and of other finches would disturb her art's noble and so holy sound. In the verdict the court severely obliges the defendants all, to keep sufficient distance, when the blackbird sings.
The picture tells fable tells, a cheerful story without claim to a deeper meaning. But it should move you, in summer, when the blackbirds sing, to pay more deep attention to the songs. To buy online from the artist.