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Name:Adiemus (1996) Cantata Mundi FLAC

Total Size: 363.50 MB

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01 - Song Of Tears.flac (Size: 363.50 MB) (Files: 23)

 01 - Song Of Tears.flac

49.73 MB

 02 - Chorale I (Za Ma Ba).flac

10.25 MB

 03 - Song Of The Spirit.flac

35.81 MB

 04 Chorale II - (Roosh Ka Ma).flac

8.62 MB

 05 Cantus - 'Song Of The Trinity'.flac

34.10 MB

 06 Chorale III - (Vocalise).flac

11.67 MB

 07 Cantus - 'Song Of The Odyssey'.flac

39.78 MB

 08 Chorale IV - (Alame Oo Ya).flac

14.44 MB

 09 Cantus - 'Song Of The Plains'.flac

64.47 MB

 10 Chorale V (Arama IVI).flac

6.01 MB

 11 Cantus - 'Song Of Invocation'.flac

47.39 MB

 12 Chorale VI (Sol-fa) + Cantus - 'Song Of Aeolus'.flac

33.04 MB

 13 Chorale VII (A Ma Ka Ma).flac

7.24 MB

 Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi - front2.jpg

24.21 KB

 Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi.txt

2.40 KB

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  Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi - back.jpg

433.40 KB

  Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi - back2.jpg

159.18 KB

  Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi - front & back.jpg

278.91 KB

  Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi - front.jpg

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Adiemus (1997) Adiemus II: Cantata Mundi [Sony]

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Album:Adiemus II: Cantata Mundi [Sony]
Rating:3 Stars
Release Date:Aug 26, 1997
Recording Date:1996
Label:Sony Classical
Genre:New Age
AMG Album ID:R 312434


Review by Melinda Hill

Adiemus II: Cantata Mundi is world music in the broadest sense of the word. It

stems from the world of Karl Jenkins' imagination. Tribal, new age, and classical

are all possible labels, but none quite fit the imagined landscape of Jenkins'

compositions. The opening track, "Song of Tears," is probably the most famous track

from the album. As with all of Adiemus' songs, vocals consist of nonsense syllables

-- a language invented to allow the voice to function as another instrument. It

allows the listener to focus on the overall layers of the composition and the

emotion it evokes, rather than what the lyrics tell you to feel. "Song of Tears" is

a prime example of this. It deftly combines mournful longing with a sense of hope,

all with an indefinable tribal feel. "Song of the Spirit" captures the

tempestuousness of the human spirit with a lively arrangement. "Choral IV" is in

many ways its opposite, with plaintive, haunting vocals and orchestration. Though

the novelty wears off about halfway through this lengthy album (75 minutes), it

never tires you. Miriam Stockley's vocals are truly stunning, ranging from solemn

to joyful, soaring to soothing. The London Philharmonic adds full-bodied orchestral

support to this unique work. Cantata Mundi is music for the soul, transcending

categorization. It's lovely and haunting, soothing and invigorating, majestic and

intimate. It's a journey worth embarking on.


Composed by: Jenkins
Performed by: Miriam Stockley, London Philharmonic Orchestra

Tracks Title Time

1 Song of Tears 9:01

2 Chorale I (Za Ma Ba) 1:50

3 Song of the Spirit 6:09

4 Chorale II (Roosh Ka Ma) 1:50

5 Song of the Trinity 6:11

6 Chorale III (Vocalise) 2:20

7 Song of the Odyssey 7:25

8 Chorale IV (Alame Oo Ya) 2:59

9 Song of the Plains 11:26

10 Chorale V (Aramaivi) 1:21

11 Song of Invocation 8:45

12 Chorale VI (Sola-Fa) /Song of Aeolus 5:46

13 Chorale VII (A Ma Ka Ma) 1:18

14 Cantilena [*] 3:21

15 Elegia [*] 4:06

Enjoy! TechUK

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