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  1. Kazikora

    Adiemus consists of the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins and his Finnish "Adiemus Singers". The session singer Miriam Stockley performed the vocal parts on the first four albums. Additional vocals were provided by Mary Carewe on all but Dances of Time, which saw the introduction of the Finnish Adiemus Singers (who would later reappear on Vocalise).Extra vocals and the .
  2. Zolonris

    The Adiemus albums contain elements of the progressive rock Jenkins performed early in his career, of new age music, of the British choral tradition, of the television advertising music Jenkins wrote for many years, of Orff perhaps, and, especially on the present disc, of percussion from various world traditions that was "banked" and applied to 6/
  3. Yozshulmaran

    Listen free to Enya – The Magic Of Enya (Only Time, Flora's Secret and more). 21 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at newwave.ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfo
  4. JoJobar

    ‎Ethno-classical project Adiemus was spearheaded by composer/conductor Karl Jenkins, a longtime member of prog-rock innovators the Soft Machine. The concept originated as a piece Jenkins penned for Delta Airlines television commercial, its fusion of ethnic vocals and orchestral backing proving so pop. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  5. Voodooramar

    I was lead to this CD because I wanted to listen to fabulous tracks used in the excellent BBC documentary series "The Celts." Both pensive and warlike tracks sound authentically Celtic to me in spite of polished orchestral sounds in some tracks and what I understand to be vocal style the lead singer acquired through her exposure to South Africa/5(44).
  6. Kazahn

    Get all the lyrics to songs by Adiemus and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. Yosho

    "Adiemus" is a new age song written by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins and performed by Miriam Stockley with Mary Carewe as part of the Adiemus project. It was officially released on Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary in Genre: new age, ambient.

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