Emma Shapplin - Masters Of Chant Relax & Spirits Sounds [APE]
Artist: Emma Shapplin
Title Of Album: Masters Of Chants Relax & Spirits Sounds
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Classical Crossover
Quality / Bitrate: APE + Cue
Total Size: 480 mb
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Emma Shapplin (present(true) name ???????? ???????) connects romanticism of the Italian opera of XIX century and modern electronic rhythms in the creativity. Its(her) debut album " Carmine
01. Intro Mysteries Cathedral
02. La Notte Etterna
03. Spesso, Sprofondo
04. Cuor, Senza Sanque
05. De L’abime Au Rivage…
06. Spente Le Stelle
07. Un Sospir’di Vol
08. Cuerpo Sin Alma (remix)
10. Reprendo Mai Pio…
11. Dolce Veneno
12. Da Me Non Venni
13. Mai Piu Serena
14. Carmine Meo
16. Ira Di Dio
17. Miserere Venere…
18. A La Frontiere Du Reve
19. La Notte Etterna (remix)
20. Fera Ventura
22. Discovering Yourself
23. Spente Le Stelle(live Version)
A Most Wonderful Discovery, February 19, 2004 By EncoreSarah "encoresarah"
A devoted fan of Sarah Brightman, I stumbled upon this artist, Emma Shapplin. Her voice entranced me at once. When I looked through the booklet I was at once spellbound by this chanteuse. Her album sparkles with imperial music and an angel's voice. This album belongs in every crossover library; it adds theatrics and mystery to every room its music reaches. I was very lucky to discover Saran Brightman, and now I am honoured to have found Emma Shapplin.
I LOVE HER VOICE BUT THE MUSIC IS SAD AND DARK, January 13, 2005 By Alejandro C. Espinosa "Music and movies" (HOUSTON TX)
This lady has a beautiful and strong voice, better than Sarah Brightman,(I'm fan of Sarah b.) but she need more publicity to be more great.I'm expecting the third cd. CARMINO MEO IS THE BEST CD of this artist.
How Can You Down Emma Shapplin?, March 16, 2005 By Cecilia Rodriguez (Tucson, AZ United States)
You can't. That's the honest truth. The music is sensationally beautiful and it is magnificent that her voice is so gorgeous. I cannot believe her talent! I enjoyed the CD very much so, and as a matter of fact, I thought it was so wonderful that I listened to it for a week in a row! I am very pleased with it. I would recommend this to ANYONE even if they're not an Opera Fan. I personally adore Opera and I think it takes extreme talent to sing like Emma Shapplin or Operatica. I recommend Operatica: Shine and Operatica "O" Vol. 1 to anyone who likes Emma Shapplin as well.
Opratica Supreme, October 2, 2006 By 9th Strategic Reconn Wing
This is an amazing album, beautifully recorded. Its pop-ified classic Italian style mixed with the lyrics derived from "old Italian" and hints at classical melody make for a real delight. Extremely powerful vocals that pierce through the dark aesthetic like the beacon of a lighthouse through a dense fog at night. If you're a fan of Opratica, or a fan of Sara Brightman who wishes she would take her lyrics more seriously, you will love this album.
While many compare Emma Shapplin to Sara Brightman, there are some notable differences. First is the raw power of Emma's voice versus that of Sara. While Sara Brightman is an exceptionally talented artist, I would dread her performance without technical augmentation. Emma on the other hand avoids the elaborate digital editing processes to the degree often heard on Brightman albums. Accordingly, it is possible to observe minor performance irregularities. However, such nuanced "flaws" are inherent to all great vocalist, and constitute more of individual stylization than "flaw." The absence of such character in Brightmans recordings simply attests to the overuse of digital augmentation to produce artificially "perfect" recordings, in a fashion akin to air brushing a super model's picture. Played back on high end audio kit you can even here the occasional recoil of a pianos dampening pedal, something which would certainly be edited out of a Brightman recording. All these things attest to the raw and pure integrity of Emma's recording. Additionally, the lyrics, when translated, are much less insipid than the usual Brightman tune. Though Brightman had to marry Andrew Lloyd Webber to launch her career in full, I suspect Emma Shapplin's pure technical talent and more advanced aesthetic sensibility will assure her a successful cross-over career without any such convenient relationships.