Saint-Säens wrote a piece which illustrates a Dance of the Dead, where the dead rise from graves, are reassembled, and writhe madly about celebrating their day of liberation. The dancing grows more and more frantic but the cock crows, and the revelers must return to their previous dead state, amid the sad violins. An elegant and simple harmony turned glorious, strong black tea and leather, a hint of black musk and a top note of lemon zest. The sorts of ingredients used here are a very unusual, premium and very strong. This is the kind of fragrance you would wear to a very special occasion when you want to the be person in the spotlight, and admired by all.