Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum
I had originally set out to focus on experimental vocals, but I realized that so much of what might sound Desmond Dekker This Is Desmond Dekkar to western ears—Tibetan chant, Inuit throat singing, Chinese folk—is deeply traditional, not experimental at all.
Instead, I approached this as two hours of vocal milestones, be they from technical, stylistic, or emotive standpoints. Putting this together was hard, and while Various Boogie Nights Music From The Original Motion Picture could easily have spent years digging and rethinking, I set a month time limit to ensure that I would Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum it at all.
Working there was an incredible challenge: our sensations, our breathing, and even our thoughts and emotions became intensely amplified. Skip to content. Archive About. Search for:. From the liner notes: We only use the pure sounds of instruments wrought from the earth: clay, wood, bamboo, Bill Doggett Honky Tonk Popcorn metals.
Pristine crystal overtones. Most of this moves at glacial speeds, with a few stretches of more active composition. Making an all-vocal album was, for her, a coping mechanism and a means of trying to reconnect with what it means to be a human. Philippine Madrigal Singers — Pamugun comp. Francisco Feliciano. Sudoku 82 Christopher Hobbs. Music for Three Pianos Budd, Harold. Wolfmass Daniel Lentz. Point Conception Daniel Lentz. Lentz, D. Sort by:. Customer Review Release Date Bestselling.
Sample this song. Title Artist. Lascaux by Daniel Lentz on Missa Umbrarum. Interlude 6 instrumental. Postlude instrumental. Interlude 4 instrumental. Interlude 1 instrumental. This ensemble has toured much of the world and has released a Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum of Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Gaudeamus International Composers Award. Other times, a portentousness sets in, a heavy-handed appropriation of fashionable ethnic themes that causes the work in question to suffer from either hubris or preciousness. The former is somewhat Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum case on the opening piece here, "O-Ke-Wa," based on Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum themes. Scored for ethereal vocals with bells and percussion, it's reasonably attractive but all the rough edges have Daniel Lentz Missa Umbrarum thoroughly sanded away, leaving a piece bland enough to serve as an NPR theme.
The title track is essentially a Catholic mass reworked for chorus and wine glasses. The vocal phrasing and ringing percussion give it an oddly Asian flavor, but the enunciation of the Kyrie Eleison drags it back into an uncomfortable to Western ears alliance with the traditional Latin mass.
It's very hard not to think of a quasi-hip modern horror movie score while listening. The final piece, an earlier composition called "Lascaux," dispenses with vocals, allowing the wine glasses to wallow in their own luxuriant sound.
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